where members create plans to grow their businesses that are user friendly and fit their personalities. Members give each other accountability, help and support needed for success. Key business building topics are covered. Contact Eagle Business Building at 357-4191 or Irene@EagleBusinessBuilding.com
Yoga Classes for All Abilities – 10-11am. See Wednesday listing for details.
Walden Village Square Farmers Market – Noon- 4pm. June 24-October 28. In front of Library in Village. 778-2177.
Detox Your Body – 7pm. Learn how to detox your body in a safe, gentle way, and replenish it with the essential nutrients your body needs to function at its optimum level. You will feel great, get rid of cravings and release unwanted pounds or add lean muscle. Call Ellen Reach for exact location. 917-596-1068.
Intro to Yoga 4-Week Series – 7:15-8:15pm. See 6/2 listing for details.
Classic Hatha Yoga – 8:30pm. Based on ancient yo- gic wisdom, connecting the physical body with our mental well-being. Practice in a relaxed atmosphere. All levels welcomed. Monroe. MonroeYoga.com
Ask the Coach – 8:30-9:15pm. Every first Thursday of the month. Ask the coach! Free conference call introduction to Baby Steps© Wellness Coaching for Pregnancy. Join this free monthly conference call to discuss why this should be the most important step you take before, during and after pregnancy. Facilitated by Tamara Wrenn, executive director of All Things Birth and a certified wellness coach. justuswomen.org/WellnessCoachingforPregnancy
. aspx. RSVP required, 914-595-2065 or info@justus- women.org
to confirm your attendance and receive the private call in number.
Goshen Farmers Market – 10am-5pm. Opens late May. Our friendly group of farmers and vendors feature fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, baked goods, chocolates, wine, soap, healing lotions and much more. Village Square Park, Main & Church Sts, Goshen. 294-7741.
Friday Night Drop In Yoga Class – 7pm. A 75-minute Vinyasa or hatha yoga class with our newest teachers. Start the weekend on the right foot. Or the left. $10 drop-ins. Sanctuary Yoga Studios, 132 Park Avenue, New City. 548-1090. Sanctuary YogaStudios.com
Tai Chi and Qigong – 8:30pm. Soft and hard Qigongs. Short yang form. Practice promotes
health, mental balance, and basic martial arts. All levels welcomed. No previous experience necessary. Monroe. MonroeTaiChi.com
Middletown Farmers Market – 8am-1pm. Opens mid-June. Erie Way, from Grove to Cottage Sts, Middletown. 343-8075.
Port Jervis Tri State Farmers Market – 8am-2pm. Opens late June. Parking lot, btw Ball & Front Sts, Port Jervis. 856-6694.
Suffern Farmers Market – 8:30am-1pm. Now in our 10th season. Open June 11 through November. Orange and Lafayette Avenues, Suffern. sufferfarm- firstname.lastname@example.org
Pine Bush Farmers Market – 9am-1:30pm. Opens early June. Will offer a variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, berries, wines, cheeses, flowers, eggs and meat. Family entertainment and demonstrations are also being planned. Main & New Sts, lot behind Town Hall, Pine Bush. 978-0273.
Tuxedo Farmers Market – 9am-2pm. Opens late June. Tuxedo Train Station, 240 Rt. 17N, Tuxedo. 915-4058.
Taste of Torah – 9am. Temple Beth Torah, 330 North Highland Ave, Upper Nyack. 358-2248. Juliet@templebethtorah.org.TempleBethTorah.org
Hatha Yoga – 9-10:30am. Class focuses on strength, flexibility and balance through the practice of asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing), and meditation. All levels are welcome. $15 for walk- ins. Discount for seniors and students. Ayu Yoga
Studio, Garnerville. Jody. 914-552-1752 or jody@ ayuyogastudio.com
Palisades Farm Stand – 9am-1pm. Enjoy the bounty of Hudson Valley all under one roof. Bloom- ing Hill organic produce, Orchards of Concklin fruit and berries, Balthazar bread, Pie Lady & Son and much more. The Palisades Community Center, 675 Oak Tree Rd, Palisades. PalisadesNY.com
Nia with Lynn – 9:30-10:30am. See Monday listing.
Pine Island Black Dirt Farmers Market – 10am- 2pm. June 11 to Oct. 8. Pine Island Park, Kay Road and Treasure Lane. Contact Chamber of Com- merce. 258-1469 or email@example.com
Classic Hatha Yoga – 10am. Based on ancient yo- gic wisdom, connecting the physical body with our mental well-being. Practice in a relaxed atmosphere. All levels welcomed. Monroe. MonroeYoga.com
Nia in Nyack – 10:30-11:30am. Nia has come to Nyack. A dynamic blend of dance, martial arts and healing arts. Come feed the mind, body and soul. RSVP, space is limited. 39 Hudson Ave, Nyack. Denise. 826-5809.
Sugar Loaf Farmers Market – 11am-3pm. Opens early June. Romer’s Alley, 1389 Kings Highway, Sugar Loaf. 914-420-7823.
Nyack through the Eyes of Edward Hopper: A Walking Tour – 12:45-2pm. Through 7/16. Friends of the Nyacks, in conjunction with the Edward Hop- per House’s exhibition Edward Hopper, Prelude: The Nyack Years is offering guided walking tours of Edward Hopper’s Nyack. $5 suggested minimum donation. Meet in front of Edward Hopper House. Sign up at FriendsOfTheNyacks.org
Color Me Yoga Classes for Kids and Tweens – Classes forming for the fall in New City and Nyack. Breathing, postures, yoga games, self concept/em- powerment work all in a very nurturing and positive environment. If you have a group of ten or more, Sanctuary Yoga Studios will work with your sched- ule to design a personalized 8-week series starting as low as $125. For more info contact Gabriela Chinnock at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 917-680-8782. Sanctuary Yoga Studios, 132 Park Avenue, New City. 548-1090 or SanctuaryYoga@ optimum.net
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