Directions from all points…

 

We are located at 770  Reading Rd., Mason, OH   45040, right next to the Ace Hardware.

I-75 Southbound   (From Dayton area)


  • Take I-75 South towards Cincinnati, and take Exit 22 (Tylersville Rd.).
  • Turn left onto Tylersville Rd., and travel for approximately 2.8 miles.
  • Take a sharp right onto Reading Rd., and travel for approximately 0.4 miles.
  • Destination is on the left.

I-71 Southbound   (From Columbus area)


  • Take I71South towards Cincinnati and take Exit 25  (Kings Mills Rd/OH-741 North towards Mason.
  • Turn right onto Kings Mills Rd/OH-741 for 0.8 miles,  and then turn left to stay on Kings Mills road for 1.7 miles.
  • Turn left onto E Main St (0.3 mi), and then left onto W Main St  for about 1.3 miles.
  • Destination is on the left.

I-75  Northbound   (From Cincinnati area)


  • Take I-75 North towards Dayton, and take Exit 22 (Tylersville Rd.).
  • Turn right onto Tylersville Rd., and travel for approximately 2.7 miles.
  • Take a sharp right onto Reading Rd., and travel for approximately 0.4 miles.
  • Destination is on the left.

I-71 Northbound   (From Cincinnati area)


  • Take I71 North towards Columbus, and take Exit 17 to merge onto I275  WEST.
  • Stay on I275 West and take Exit 46 towards Mason.   Continue to follow US-42 North for 5.5 miles.
  • Destination is on the right.

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As Gardeners

As Gardeners

One of my favorite sutra’s (threads of yoga knowledge written by the sage, Patanjali) is this:   “We must become as Gardeners”.   In order for people to understand how yoga works, he used the concept of seeds.  When you plant good seeds, you sow good things.  When you plant weeds, you harvest weeds.  So, as we go about our day, “we must become as Gardeners”, and plant good seeds. Mostly, we are concerned with ourselves, or family.  A lot of time is revolved thinking about ourselves.  How we feel, how we look, how others feel about us, etc. etc.  But, say, we enroll in yoga teacher training.  And yes, I did yoga teacher training primarily for myself.  But, something begins to shift when we start to teach others.  The yoga began to make me feel good, and that wasn’t enough for me.  I wanted others to feel as good as I did with the yoga.  I found I really enjoyed when others left feeling as good as I. Slowly, but surely, the yoga asana begins to reduce the “I” of the ego, into care for others.  This is how I begin my day.  I took steps to make others have a wonderful day.  You see, this is not rocket science.  Go out, and do something good for others, and report back to me, how you feel.  Everyone would say, well, “I feel pretty terrific when I do something for others.”  And that is how yoga works… Some additional notes…..Say, you really get good at gardening, and planting some good seeds.  There are some other things that can affect how good... read more
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