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Anjali Yoga Waterford,

4 Tyrone Road, Lismore Park, Waterford

Friday 17th November at 6pm

(Please note date, wrong date printed last week)

Hygge (pronounced hue-gah) is about slowing down, filling up and immersing yourself in the warmth of everyday life. Spend this time creating sensory luxurious routines of comfort for the winter which help heal the mind, body, spirit and even the soul.

The present moment is the only moment available to us, and it is the door to all moments.

-Thich Nhat Hanh-

Join Tracy Boland, Meditation and Yoga teacher, Reiki and Reflexology practitioner, for this unique meditation experience at Anjali Yoga Waterford from

Friday 17th November at 6pm.

Tracy is a qualified MBSR teacher, Reiki Master and Yoga Teacher. she is an experienced meditator and is influenced by many disciplines over many years. Tracy thrives on developing and expanding classes and practices that are easy to understand. She works with people of all ages and abilities, and has had great success using her classes in schools and businesses and groups of all sizes. She states that if you can breathe you can meditate.

Tracy is a genuine live in the day kind of woman and understands the stresses and pressures of today's world, she will meet you were you are and help you find your own meditating journey.

Introductory offer - 4 weeks meditations to live by for €40. Contact Anjali Yoga Waterford for further information or to book your place. Tel: 087 087 3589141 by text, or visit http://www.anjaliyogawaterford.com

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