Kim Eisendrath, one of our recent teacher training graduates and new YAF professor, organized fundraising and led the class that included favorite readings from Candy’s books. The chair and the eagle were some of the positions taken to honor the work of RGB in the Supreme Court and in America, meeting and equality. And nine greetings in the sun were completed, one in memory of a friend or family member who has died of pancreatic cancer, including RGB and Candy Stevens. Throughout the practice, Kim reminded everyone to take what they need from the practice, that she could not tell them how far they should go in a posture. “It’s your body. You decide.” “Don’t think about your life. Experience it. Feel it.” Just like RGB and Candy have done.
Kim said of the special class:“it was a pleasure to share this powerful practice with all who were able to participate. The practice honored both Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Candy Stevens through the concepts of equanimity while raising funds for a cause that is close to me.. “
We thank all of you who made donations and attended the practice. And a very special thank you to Kim for all her work and for a practice that will surely be remembered long after she has lived it.
Kim teaches Yin Yoga on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m.
Learn more about The Lustgarten Foundation, their research on pancreatic cancer, and how to make a donation.
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