April 2021: 2 weekly outdoor classes + meditation workshop

As we welcome a new month, we are excited to share our April schedule! 

Special thanks to those of you who completed our recent survey to let us know what you would like to see in our community in the months ahead.  Like you, we are excited for a return to in-person classes:  given increasing vaccination rates in our area and your self-reporting of vaccination status on the survey, we are hopeful that we will be able to return to the studio soon.

For April, we will feature outdoor classes for yoga, and we will use Zoom for our second meditation workshop with Danny Brewington.  

Yoga classes

Wednesdays and Saturdays:  yoga classes will meet at 9:30 a.m. on the lawn near the parking lot at the Bowling Green-Warren County Regional Airport.  These classes are drop-in (no pre-registration required) and are offered for $10.  See the end of this message for the instructions and a link to the 2021 online waiver.  As always with outdoor classes, please check our Facebook page or online calendar before traveling in case the weather requires us to cancel.

Meditation workshop—Meditation Made Easy:  Physical Rejuvenation

Saturday, April 17:  this 90-minute workshop with Danny Brewington begins at 11 a.m. and will meet on Zoom.  As many of you know, Danny teaches weekly classes and leads an annual meditation immersion training at Sanctuary for Yoga in Nashville.  We were delighted to host him for a meditation workshop in February and are happy to welcome him back to our community in April. 

This second workshop will continue to explore the basic fundamentals of a meditation practice, delving deeper into the techniques for physical relaxation.  Students will take a mindfulness journey through the body, experiencing the incredibly rejuvenating practice of Yoga Nidra.  Beginners are welcome, and you do not need to have attended the first workshop to join us for this one.  To post questions about or receive reminders for the workshop, check out its event page on Facebook; to register, please complete this brief form.

About Danny Brewington:  Danny is a Tennessee native who discovered meditation in 1987. Now, with over 30 years of study and practice, he enjoys great powers of concentration, breathing control, and expanded awareness. His understanding of meditation comes from a combination of philosophies, technologies, and life experiences. He hopes to inspire others to transform their lives with the power of meditation.  You can read more about him on the Sanctuary for Yoga website.


Taking an in-person class?  

Please follow these instructions for outdoor yoga classes, all of which take place at the Bowling Green-Warren County Regional Airport.  If you have any questions, just send us an email (4yoga.me@gmail.com) or message us via our Facebook page.

  1. Complete the 2021 online waiver form if you have not already done so this year.  (You need only complete it once, not for each individual class.  If you forget to do it before class, the teacher will have a QR code for you to scan when you arrive.)
  2. Check our Facebook page or online schedule one hour before class if weather is questionable.  We will update in both places if we need to cancel class. 
  3. Bring or wear these items:  mat and any props you would like to use, water, sunscreen if it’s warm, layers if it’s cool.
  4. Arrive 10-15 minutes before class begins to give yourself ample time to set up.

Location:  Bowling Green-Warren County Regional Airport, 1000 Woodhurst Drive.

Class fee:  please place the $10 class fee in the container the teacher provides.

Fountain Square Park
March 28, 2021
photo credit: Heather Kessler

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