So Now It Begins…Again!!

Another new career path for me…teaching children’s yoga.  Yes, I get to have fun while I work and at the same time I am able to help young yogis experience the same benefits as adults but at a gentler pace and with a more subtle teaching approach.

I will be offering a Happy Halloween Workshop at Centre Yoga in Lynnfield…see below. And please share with others.

Happy Halloween for Little Yogis

Sign your child up now for two hours of giggly-ghoulish fun. We will explore the Monster Mummy Walk with Boo Breath while dancing to Here Comes the Moon, the Monster Mash and Itsy Bitsy Spider. We will Downward Dog Bob for Apples and each child will decorate a yogi pumpkin. Class will encourage teamwork and teach respect.
The added bonus… Children who practice yoga learn to find peace within themselves, increase their focus and sleep more soundly. And more….
Kids Yoga classes are as they sound, just for your kids and are taught in a playful manner!!!!
Oh and be sure to wear your Halloween Costume!! BOO!

Yoga image Black Cat Namaste

Where: Centre Yoga located at  6 Centre Court Lynnfield
When: Saturday | Oct. 25th 1:00 – 3:00
By: Sharon Marrama and Here Comes The Sun Yoga…Spreading Sunshine Wherever We Go!!!!!
COST IS $35
EARLY BIRD $30
Sign up Fast > Space is Limited
781-558-0672

***PLEASE BE SURE TO FOLLOW THEIR WEBSITE (AND THIS BLOG)

I WILL BE OFFERING CHILDREN’S CLASSES ON A REGULAR BASIS THIS FALL IN BOTH LYNNFIELD AND WOBURN!

We’re Back!!!

                                                               We're Back!!!

Here I am with my awesome yoga teacher, my sister Maureen Miller.
She has taken me to the next level of my practice. So much to report!
Stay in touch for there will be many new and exciting posts that you will love.
And look at me…hugging a tree!
Love my sister….

Myth—Women Talk Too Much

One of my  summer classes at Salem  State University–Grammar and Usage– included reading and making independent conclusions on several chapters  from the book

 ‘Language Myths’ by Laurie Bauer and Peter Trudgill

One of my selections was the following and I thought it was interesting enough to share with my readers….

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Discussion Subject: Myth #6 (page 41)

Women Talk Too Much

 by Janet Holmes

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Outline of Presentation

The evidence put forth by Holmes is that most available evidence of research suggests it is actually men that  talk too much. Not women!!!

Yes, Men generally dominate talking time!

 

Research included various environments

100 public seminars researched showed that during 93 of the seminars men talked more, while only during seven women dominated the conversations.

A British company had four men and four women in influential positions: men not only talked more but they were vocally domineering and patronizing.

Studies of classrooms show that male students dominate classroom talk.

So, why are women stereotyped as “Talking too much?”

 

It seems that talk and conversation serves different functions in different contexts

  • Competitive environments
  • Social Status
  • Power Seekers

 

Holmes suggests that we should watch or attend a political or community meeting and time the talk time of males vs. females to prove the point.

Studies also show that even in informal settings men talk more than women do, but women are more likely to talk in relaxed social environments.

The topic of conversation is also related to talk time. Men’s talk is more informational and opinions. Women are supportive and agreeable during conversations.

So…why is it that many think women talk too much?

Some Facts

  • Feminist women challenge traditional roles and talk more often than men talk.
  • Women talk more when the female population is greater than males in attendance
  • Women talk more among family and friends: often to maintain or develop connections.
  • Women talk more during interviews

 

Conclusion

Do women talk more than men do?

It depends on the situation, social role and familiarity of the topic of discussion

Keep in mind that there is a difference between talking to someone and talking at someone!

Book Borrowing Offer

Due to the content of the previous posts I have decided to offer any of my books on loan for a thirty day period.

Just email me you mailing address and I will send the requested book to you.

First come first serve.

I will pay initial postage-return paid by you.

Tip-you can mail books at a discounted rate at the post office you just have to request book mailing fee (probably 2-3 dollars)

If this becomes a popular option I will blog a list of my complete library (books, magazines, CDs and DVDs)-and there are many !!!

~sharon

email

sharonmarrama@comcast.net

****Don’t forget the Used Book Superstore-they are located in Burlington, Danvers, Saugus, Salem NH and I think a couple of more locations.

Good Books Cheap!

The Journey to Financial Wellness

The Journey to Financial Wellness

By Terri Sabelli

12 Steps to Financial Balance

 

Terri is my accountant and I love this book for reference. She wrote the best dedication

 ‘Many thanks to…

My husband who heard the word, “budget” shortly after hearing, “I love you”

 

Terri is the founder of

The Financial Wellness Center in Peabody Massachusetts

 

This books includes

The 12 Steps to Financial Balance

Imagine your life financially organized and balanced.

Would you feel more confident?

 Your sense of peace intensified?

You’re entitled to a life of financial freedom.

At the Financial Wellness Center, you can learn how to live a life with intentions, values, and achievable goals. Building the foundation of your financial life needs to be based on a plan; not created by default! When you look at the decisions behind your spending habits, are they driven by a vision of what you want in your life? If not, it’s time to take a journey and discover . .

The 12 Steps to Financial Balance.

  1. Building the Master Plan
  2. Budget
  3. Savings
  4. Investing
  5. Maximize Retirement
  6. Short-term Planning
  7. Long-term Planning
  8. Controlling Unsecured Debt
  9. Controlling Long-term Debt
  10. Basic Estate Planning
  11. Reviewing Insurances
  12. Planning for the Unexpected and Major Life Events

The Financial Wellness Center
95 Lynn Street, Peabody, MA  01960

(978) 531-2500 | FAX (978) 977-0268

http://www.financial-wellness-center.com/Boarding_Services.html