On November 24, 2022, the Hatha Yoga Club Association gathered its General Assembly at the Maison des Associations around its President Marie-Christine De Carli and the full Board of Directors.
The Hatha Yoga Club was founded over twenty years ago. Many members, faithful since the beginning, bear witness to the quality of the Association. Hatha Yoga is a very popular yoga practice. It combines relaxation and gentle gymnastics.
In the ethics of Yoga, there is no search for performance and everyone evolves at their own pace according to their possibilities.
Yoga can be seen as an antidote, in a world increasingly subject to screens and digital, a source of stress. This self-reflection can then diffuse for a more peaceful and tolerant society.
A member recalled in a meeting one of the values that animated the creators of the Association with the lowest possible membership/contribution cost to attract the greatest number. This is still the case today, with the lowest cost possible. Each member benefits from a capital of 34 one-hour lessons, at the rate of one lesson per week between September and June.
Marie – Chritine De Carli recalled the impact of the pandemic on the Association with a consequent loss of members. When it resumed in September 2021, the Association had 103 members compared to 150 in the pre-pandemic period. A wind of optimism is blowing today, with a membership up to 121 up-to-date members. This result can be credited to the members of the Board of Directors who mobilize for the promotion of the Hatha Yoga Club. A minimum of 135 members would be adjusted. It is with the will to widen its offer, that the Association proposes since September, an hour of additional course on Wednesday. It is therefore able to welcome new members in September 2023.
Marie – Christine De Carli spoke of the near future with the retirement of one of the teachers at the end of June 2023. As part of the combined employment pension, she offers to keep her two hours of Tuesday lessons. The Friday lessons that she would no longer provide, would be broken down to Wednesday or another day. A point is to be made with the other teacher who could take over. It was an opportunity to recall that the Association is ready to recruit an experienced teacher to entrust him with a few hours of lessons per week.
The Treasurer presented the 2021 2022 financial statement as well as the provisional budget which were unanimously approved.
The Board of Directors was renewed in its entirety with: Marie – Christine De Carli (President), Jean – Noël Moine (Secretary), Michel Arnoux (Deputy Secretary), Gérard Boscher (Treasurer), as well as Sylvie Auzou, Claire Galmiche, Claire Simonet, Anne Tourret.
The General Assembly ended with a moment of conviviality.
Gerard Boscher. Hatha Yoga Club Treasurer
Useful information :
Duration of lessons: 1 hour.
Costs: Membership = 25 Euros. Contribution = 3 checks of 65 Euros cashed each quarter.
Class times and location:
Tuesday 10:30/11:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m./1:15 p.m. – Chalon sur Saône Sports Centre.
Tuesday 6:00 p.m./7:00 p.m. and 7:15 p.m./8:15 p.m. – Espace Jeunesse Rue de la Paix Chalon sur Saône.
Wednesday: Wednesday 6:15 p.m./7:15 p.m. – Youth Space Rue de la Paix Chalon sur Saône.
Friday 4:00/5:00 p.m., 5:15/6:15 p.m. and 6:30/7:30 p.m. – Maison des Sports Chalon sur Saône.
Contact: email: [email protected]
Website : https://hathayogaclub71.wixsite.com/hathayogaclub
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