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Community Yoga Practice: YOGA DAY!
BWML and the Yoga Center of Steamboat present a day of community yoga to benefit the Yampa Valley Sustainability Council's Sustainable Schools Program.
Sample a variety of yoga styles and traditions throughout the day with many of Steamboat's local yoga instructors. Each 45-minute class is designed for all levels of experience. Wear comfortable clothes, and please bring a mat and a blanket if you have one – extra mats will also be available for loan.
Schedule of Yoga Day Classes
Each class lasts 45-minutes.
9 a.m. Patty Zimmer: Spring Yoga & Ayurveda
10 a.m. Jenny Gabriel: Vinyasa Flow
11 a.m. Karen Goodman: Kids & Family Yoga
12: p.m. Carrie Nelson: Journey Through the Chakras
1 p.m. Paula Begay and Mandy Leonhardt: Hips
2 p.m. Nicole Idzahl: Devotional Dance
3 p.m. Wendy Puckett: Core Vinyasa Flow
Yoga Center of Steamboat, 701 Yampa St. -- just down the bike trail!
10 a.m. Sarah Braat: Sustaining Holistic Health with Qigong
11 a.m. Nina Darlington: Eternal Treasure
12 p.m. Beth Boyd: Yoga Nidra
1 p.m. Nina Darlington: Yoga for a Strong and Supple Back
2 p.m. Alli Brook: Kundalini
3 p.m. Paula Begay & Mandy Leonhardt: Restorative Yoga
Full schedule, class descriptions and information about all the day's great raffle items in support of YVSC are also available here or by calling 970-870-1522.
The entire community is encouraged to participate. Classes throughout the day will be by donation. In the spirit of seva (service), all yoga teachers are donating their time and expertise during Yoga Day.
Enormous gratitude to the Yoga Center of Steamboat for spearheading the presentation of Yoga Day in Steamboat Springs!
About the nonprofit recipient of 2012 Yoga Day donations
Funds raised during Yoga Day will go to the Yampa Valley Sustainability Council's Sustainable Schools Program, promoting sustainability in Routt County schools through communication and collaboration with youth and environmental organizations. Focus is on service learning in the schools and community, fostering respect for the environment and encouraging sustainable behaviors in the next generation.
YVSC spearheads a variety of community education and direct action programs that support a greener community, including Steamboat Springs' Zero Waste Initiative, Sustainable Schools, ReTree Steamboat, Talking Green and Earth Hour -- plus active involvement in local measures to bolster energy efficient building, alternative energy sources, sustainable businesses, local food supplies, water conservation and outreach with governement at all levels. The grassroots effort boasts a following of individuals, businesses, government employees, residents, and visitors in the Yampa Valley.