Begin 2022 with yoga or meditation: January schedule with 34 studio classes

It feels like much longer than a month ago that we last sent a message to share an upcoming schedule, and 2021 is not concluding as any of us in south-central Kentucky had expected. However, we hope this message finds you and your family safe and able to take some time to rest during the holiday season.

As the calendar turns to 2022, we know that the citizens of Bowling Green and surrounding areas will have a great deal of work ahead to clean up from and, eventually, rebuild after the December 11 tornadoes. We also know that the limbs of yoga—including asana or physical poses, pranayama or breath exercises, and meditation—can help support us as we do that work. Therefore, we invite you to join us in January, whether for ongoing yoga classes at the studio, a free Intro to Yoga session at the studio, or a meditation workshop on Zoom.

Special events:

  • Intro to Yoga Class. If you would benefit from either an introduction or a re-introduction to yoga, join Angie for a free, one-hour class on Sat., Jan. 8, at 11 a.m. Register for that session here.
  • Meditation Made Easy Workshop. Whether you are curious about meditation, have already begun meditating, or are looking to expand your meditation practice, we invite you to participate in January’s Zoom meditation workshop. To join Danny Brewington of Nashville on Sat., Jan. 22, at 11 a.m., please sign up no later than Thurs., Jan. 20. See below for a fuller description of the workshop’s focus.
  • Yin Classes. To return this introspective style of yoga to the schedule, Angie and Leslie are pleased each to offer one class on a Friday at 5:30 p.m.

To continue to practice ahimsa (non-harming) in our community, we welcome vaccinated folks to in-person studio classes, and we wear masks while in the building. We know schedules are often in flux; therefore, all of our regular classes are drop-in (no registration required). Click here for a complete copy of the January schedule.

We wish you a smooth start to the new year and look forward to practicing with you in 2022.


Meditation Made Easy
Sat., Jan. 22, 2022, 11 a.m., Zoom (registration required)

Is it truly possible to have a “new year” when we are holding onto all the old content of our lives? In 2022, our meditation practice will focus on the storehouses of all this unprocessed material: the chakras.

In this workshop series, we will experience the nuances of each chakra, and we’ll clear and ground these energy centers. The January session works with the root chakra and our senses of physical security, mental security, and well-being.

Join us as we begin the journey through the chakras and the path to enlightenment.

About the workshop leader: Danny Brewington is a Tennessee native who discovered meditation in 1987. His meditation practice has strengthened his powers of concentration, enhanced his breathing control, and expanded his 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.


Public health
As you likely already know, given increased attention to the omicron variant, Warren County remains at a “high” level of community transmission for COVID-19. Therefore, our studio follows CDC and state guidelines to wear masks in all public indoor spaces.

For help finding a vaccination, booster, or testing location, please send us an email or Facebook message, and Angie will be happy to assist.

(CDC vaccine data, as of Dec. 29: Warren County fully vaccinated: 36.5%, nationally: 61.9%. Warren County 18 and older fully vaccinated: 43.2%, nationally: 72.8%.)

Fountain Square from the studio
Dec. 27, 2021
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