Streaming Nia and Restorative Yoga Classes via Zoom with Linda All Free! Week of June 22nd Nia Routine: West Side Story More Nia on 1623 Studios

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Join us as we dance to music from the musical West Side Story.  Many of the songs come from an album called The Songs of West Side Story.  Contemporary artists do their take on the classic Bernstein tunes.  Some choreography for this routine is from Casey who did Slumdog Millionaire and some from my teacher Katie Capelli and from me.  So it is also a choreographic compilation.  Say that three times fast!

If you are new to Nia with Linda, these streaming classes are free.  Share with anyone who you feel needs a little movement and fun in their lives during this period of social isolation.

So here is how it works.  It will be easier for you if you download the Zoom client for meetings for a desktop or laptop, or the app for phones and tablets.

Click here for the link to download the client or the app

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Perfect Summer Solstice Weekend — pat morss

A sail, a dinner out, and seeing the Mallards growing up. Great weekend.

Local race; rounding Dog Bar breakwater
Kingfisher returning to port
Canada Goose on Niles Pond
The older ducklings already teenagers
Look this way – group photo
Some are still ducklings
Sometimes curious
And sometimes wary
An almost tropical feel on an Audubon boardwalk
Topped off with a nice sunset

Father’s Day Adorableness Happening

National Geographic shares some amazingly wonderful photos and information about animal dads. It might make a nice Father’s Day past time. Happy Father’s Day to all the dads of all sorts out there.

Image snipped from the National Geographic for Kids website in the Animal Dads Gallery.Photograph by Suzi Eszterhas, Minden Pictures

Animal Dads



McCarthy Really Enjoyed Talise In Lobster Cove at The Former “Market restaurant” Site

Pineapple ~

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Ayurveda and Pineapple….

Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC loves the powerful digestive enzymes found in Pineapple such as bromelian. Eat this wonderful fruit to help enhance sluggish or weak digestion.

Pineapple is useful in both indigestion and loss of appetite. It’s juicyness hydrates you as well! Pineapple clears heat and replenishes your strength, energy levels and is helpful with diarrhea, bronchitis, sinusitis and arthritis.

Use Pineapple with any meal….layer slices on ham prior to baking, pineapple grilled skewers, on top of a burger or chicken sandwich, add to your salsa or guacamole – the digestive properties of pineapple combine well with many foods. But DON’T mix pineapple with dairy or yogurt as this combination clogs the channels.

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”🙂


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