The Center For yoga is a certified Yoga Teacher Training School in accordance with Yoga Alliance RYT 200 & 500 program as well as a friendly community of like minded students to gather for yoga postures, well being, friendship and a sacred space. This unique studio is committed to those who sincerely wish to dive deeper into their yoga journey through yoga asana and meditation and explore the many facets of yoga that will enhance their own lives and the lives of countless others.
The Center For Yoga offers daily classes, which include Vinyasa Hot Flow, Women’s Only, Cancer Support, Beginner and more experienced level classes. Private classes, for those who prefer individual instruction, yoga trips around the world and close to home, yoga teacher training's, meditation, community outreach, book clubs, workshops on many topics and Angel Therapy® available by appointment with Othene.
Each teacher at TCFYoga holds a RYT500 or E RYT certification and seeks to enhance the participant’s full potential. A friendly environment and small class size provides a safe place for transition and growth. If you are new to yoga or an experienced practitioner, The Center For Yoga opens the door to self discovery and welcomes you to join in.
Toys Needed • We need new and unwrapped toys appropriate for boys and girls from newborn to 12 years old. • We always run short of toys for ages 0 to 2 and 10 and older. Suggested toys for the older children include makeup kits, hair dryers, watches, colognes, perfumes, basketballs, footballs and other sporting equipment. • Bicycles are always in very high demand and our supplies never meet this demand. Please keep in mind that we cannot distribute a bicycle without a helmet. Drop off your toys frequently • Every year we run short of toys in the last week of November and the first ten days of December, forcing us to cut the number of toys we distribute.
Forrest was born in Ga on a small farm and joined the Marine Corps at 18. After serving in Vietnam at 20, he went to Malaysia on R&R where he visited a Buddhist Temple which had a profound effect on him. It was while attending UGA, where he worked in the psychology department, that he developed an interest in meditation and cultivated a deep practice. It is his heartfelt belief, his core principle, that each and every one of us has the ability to create a better world every day of our lives. Our actions, our very thoughts, make this world a better place if we choose to make it better.
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