Cindy D'Aquino

Owner and Operator of Luna Yoga

A note from our owner, Cindy D’Aquino

✨ In Buddhism, Anicca (uh-nik-uh), is the belief that nothing in the universe is fixed. Nothing stays the same and everything will change.

As I began to think about writing this, the word “anicca” kept coming to mind. It’s one of the phrases that my sweetie (a Vipassana Meditator) says frequently “anicca, anicca”.

During the COVID-19 shutdown, many people said to me “there is no returning to normal” and while I agreed with this mentally, viscerally, it didn’t sink in until months later when Luna re-opened by offering yoga in the park. Everything had changed. Practicing in the park, 6ft. apart, became our new normal.

Over the past several months, I began to meet with Dorcas Quynn, Owner of Sol Yoga. We worked hard and looked at every possible scenario as to how we could support one another. In the end, as a result of COVID-19, I didn’t see how it would be feasible to continue operating a brick and mortar studio. It’s been an agonizing time and it is with heavy hearts that we’ve decided to close the studio at 34 S. Market Street as of October 31, 2020 and move our workshops and presence to Sol Yoga.

We are grateful for all that was created in our beautiful space – grateful for our teachers, our students, and our front desk staff, for the musicians who played during ‘Luna After Hours’, our Silent Book Club, Teen Yoga, Kundalini Teacher Training and everything in between.

We feel incredibly fortunate to have partnered with Sol Yoga and are grateful to Dorcas for welcoming Luna Students with some special offerings. Coincidentally, I began my practice at Sol 8 years ago and look forward to returning to that space. Through Sol, Luna’s essence will continue by offering ‘Pop Up’ workshops!

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Thank you for the magic!🌙

Cindy D’Aquino

“Inhale the future, Exhale the past"

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