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WANGCENTER  June 2009

WANGCENTER June 2009

Subject:

Quietude at the Wang Center

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"Sunita S. Mukhi" <[log in to unmask]>

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Wang Center Events <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 11 Jun 2009 18:35:11 -0400

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Please excuse the previous post.  This is a better version. 

Beat these dreary day blues with some yoga -  and smile with equanimity!

SANGHA (COMMUNITY) YOGA AT THE WANG CENTER w/ ELIZABETH HEIFFERON
Mondays, 8:30 and Thursdays, 4:30 starting Monday, June 15

Please join us for multi-level yoga classes(appropriate for beginners and more 
advanced students), designed to stretch and strengthen your body, increase 
your inner peace, and bring mind, body, and spirit into alignment. This is hatha 
yoga, meaning it incorporates the physical practices of yoga: asana (poses), 
pranayama (breath control), and meditation. Bring along a mat (if you have 
one) and an intention for positive change, and grow with us in the Wang 
Center gardens, as we explore the practice of yoga: the total mind-body 
workout that doesn't feel like a workout. 

Please wear comfortable clothing that you can move in and (if you can) bring 
a suggested donation of $5. 
Classes will be held most Mondays at 8:30 am and Thursdays at 4:30 pm 
starting June 15, 2009, in the Wang Center Garden. (Rain location will be in 
the Skylight lobby). 

About Elizabeth Heifferon, RYT:

Elizabeth (Lizzi) who has been a yoga instructor for nearly 5 years, teaches 
hatha yoga that tempers an attention to detail, derived from her Iyengar style 
based teacher training, with a love of movement, found in a lifelong pursuit of 
dance and a 10-year practice of Power and Vinyasa styles of yoga. Lizzie’s 
classes target mind-body connection, increased precision in body alignment, 
using modifications and props, to make yoga asana (poses) accessible and 
beneficial for every body. 

Lizzi began her study of yoga in the Los Angeles area, but trained to teach at 
Lighten Up Yoga in Asheville, NC while attending college at Clemson University. 
While earning her BFA in Visual Arts, she enjoyed the opportunity to develop 
various classes and workshops for the Clemson University Department of 
Campus Recreation, Clemson Tiger Football, and The Cliffs golf communities. 
Since arriving in New York, Lizzi has been taking classes and workshops at the 
Iyengar Yoga Institute of New York, volunteering for Omega, and teaching at 
Finest Fitness in Patchogue, Stony Brook University, Satya Yoga and Pilates 
Studio in Mount Sinai, and Essence of Yoga in Holbrook. 

She is also currently pursuing her MFA in Studio Art at Stony Brook University. 
Lizzi’s eco-conscious sculptures, installations, and movement-based 
performances draw on the awareness of interconnectedness that yoga has 
given her. 
______
Also, please view these recent discussions broadcast in various Asian American 
media involving the Wang Center: 

1. Discussion with Riz Mirza of Koranic Fatigue fame and Abha Dawesar, 
moderated by Sunita S. Mukhi, Director of Wang Programs, broadcast for Asian 
Indian Immigrant Experience TV

Copy and paste this address on your browser. Click on the 'book' icon and click 
on the first episode onwards: 

http://www.truveo.com/hot-topics-introducing-abha-dawesar-and-riz-
mirza3/id/2305843010400989067#

2. Feature on the Wang Center and the Sakura Matsuri festival by Cherry Lee 
in the Stony Brook Independent with a video. 

http://www.sbindependent.org/node/3181

3. Director Sunita S. Mukhi appears on the 24th minute of the summary 
section in the Asian American/Asian Research Institute's conference 
on "Redefining Asian America"

http://www.aaari.info/2009america.htm
______
Congratulations to the winners of the 2009 P.H. Tuan Annual Wang Center 
Photo Contest with our very own Graduate Assistant Daniel Woulfin winning 
third place: 

http://aasquared.org/gallery/PHTuanCBWangCenterPhotoContest09/DanWoulfin
2
__________
For more information on these and other Asian and Asian American Programs 
please visit : http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/wang/events.shtml

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