Due to the popularity of the first in-person Shabbat with Yiddish yoga that took place last Friday, we decided to repeat the event this shabes! This meeting will be also a farewell to our yoga teacher since she is moving back to Europe - we will miss her a lot!!!!!
We are meeting in La Jolla - the exact address will be provided upon registration. We will start with a yoga session taught in basic Yiddish with an English translation (5 - 6 pm). This class's slow and gentle nature is perfect for beginners and is also great for other students who can sink deeper into their practice. The language of instruction is Yiddish with English translation. Afterward (6 - 8 pm), for those joining us in person, we will have Shabbat blessings followed by a potluck. If you are joining us in person, please bring a snack or a drink that can be SAFELY shared with others -(for instance, small cans/bottles of wine, string cheese, small packages of chips, fruit). It does not sound as fancy as our usual dinners but better safe than sorry! ;)
We will have wine and appetizers ready for you as well.
Though the event is free, a $10-$15 donation to support our teacher would be very appreciated.
Register at: https://dinners.onetable.org/events/68861d69-1b55-42c7-ab20-4a23a65d6eb5
Please keep in mind that this is a socially distanced event and therefore, in-person spots are limited. We would like to remind you that at YAAANA your security and health are a priority for us. For this reason, keep in mind that due to the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is quite important to follow these simple recommendations. Ensure you are fit to attend the event and refrain from attending if you have some of the following symptoms: cough, runny nose, shortness of breath, fever (>37.5oC), and sore throat, OR if you have had recent contact with an active or a suspect case. Practice good personal hygiene, (e.g. proper handwashing, proper disposal of waste, covering your mouth & nose when coughing or sneezing) Avoid physical contact (e.g. handshakes), avoid touching your face.