Ribbon Cutting for SaKula Yoga Studio January 21st

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From the Metuchen Chamber of Commerce:

On Thursday, January 21, 2010, Metuchen Mayor Thomas Vahalla will join representatives of the Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce for an official ribbon cutting ceremony welcoming Bonnie Beresford and Rozanna Marinucci of SaKula Yoga Studio.  Join us at 325 Main Street at 4:30 pm as we cut the ribbon, learn about the classes being offered and the team of instructors, and enjoy light refreshments.

SaKula Yoga Studio is the brainchild of two local yoga students who have been practicing yoga for several years.  The word "SaKula" is derived from the ancient Sanskrit language.  It is comprised of two words:   Sa meaning "born, with or from" and Kula meaning "clan, family or community".  SaKula is "Born from Family, Friends and Community."

The studio is dedicated to Elly, Ro's mother, who sent a powerful message to the pair in her final days.  "She lived with us for several weeks in a hospice situation.  She passed away in June, but in her final days she kept telling us to make sure that we help people.  We really didn't know what she meant by that", stated Ro. 

Bonnie added, "Back in October we received an email from Sacred Spaces telling us the studio was closing.  We had both been students there, and no matter which class we attended we came to know people, developed relationships with them, and the center provided a good community feeling.  It was a big disappointment to all of the students to learn the studio was closing.  Then we thought maybe this was what Elly meant.  We could help the community by keeping the studio open."

The goal of SaKula Yoga Studio is to continue helping the community maintain the integrity of yoga in the mind, body and spirit, and to offer a place where one can come to meditate, breath and enjoy the company of friends.  Bonnie and Ro have assembled a team of certified instructors whose experience range from newly certified to twenty-five plus years of experience.

SaKula Yoga Studio offers a variety of classes from beginners, gentle, intermediate and power yoga, with class times that can fit into nearly anyone's schedule.  The length of the class varies depending upon which class you take, but each class offered is scheduled for at least one hour.  Yoga is a perfect way to start your day, rejuvenate during a lunch break, or reduce your daily stress after work.  In addition to their daily classes, workshops will be conducted periodically to assist in healing, nutrition, meditation and intuition.  This dynamic duo also has plans to "give back" to the community by offering free classes.  

SaKula Yoga Studio offers classes seven days a week.  Visit their website at www.SakulaYoga.com for a complete list of classes, prices and upcoming workshops.  Or you can reach them by calling 732-906-0100 or emailing info@SakulaYoga.com.

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