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Welcome to Mia Park's
Bright & Beautiful Newsletter
Communicating The Highest Good
December NewsDon't buy! Donate. Seriously. Chances are you already have everything you need and so do your friends and family. Do we really need more *stuff*? It may be less romantic to donate to your favorite cause in someone's honor rather than buy them *stuff*, but there are people out there who need your resources more than your dad needs a new tie. Below are some of my favorite places to donate.Planned Parenthood
World Wild Life
And, this year, here's where I donated a lump sum in honor of everyone I would have bought a gift for. They even send out holday cards for you: Heifer International
Chicago Places to Donate
Greater Chicago Food Depository
Connections for Abused Women and their Children
Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
KAN-WINThe Primo Center for Women and Children
StreetwiseYoga and ParaYoga®
SPECIAL ALL LEVELS
NEW YEAR'S DAY CLASS
1/1/12. Noon-1PM. Moksha Yoga
Going Beyond Rest & Resolution: Yoga Nidra & Sankalpa
This class is truly accessible, even if you're tired or hungover. First: simple yoga postures to loosen up. Next: rest on the back supported by props as I talk you into deep relaxation while seeding your New Year intention. Learn to achieve your goal!
MiaParkYoga.com hosts my regular-ish yoga blog. Check it.
Room 300: 1575 N Milwaukee AveFlat Iron Building. the come-as-you-are basic yoga classI teach private yoga classes.Treat yourself or a loved one to personalized yoga attention. You'll receive your own practice to do at home. Email for details.
My public yoga classes:
Some Sundays, 11AM-Noon
@ Flat Iron Building
@ Flat Iron Building
@ Moksha Yoga
I'm proud to be a certifiedParaYoga Level I teacher. This is the culmination of studying with tantric teacher Rod Stryker for six years. Friend ParaYoga onFacebook.
I'm honored to be in this year's crazy panto production courtesy of Jon Langford, Sally Timms and the loonies at The Hideout. I play Julius Geezer!
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Mia Park is a ParaYoga teacher in Chicago, IL, specializing in teaching Basic Yoga for Advanced Misfits, as well as teaching people how to cut through the junk to shine on.