- October (2020) schedule: 3 weekly outdoor classes + monthly meditation!
- September (2020) schedule: 4 classes a week, meditation, book club!
- Catch up with Erica, take an in-person or remote yoga class, or join us for meditation!
- Book club to discuss Breath by James Nestor: Sun., Sept. 20, 1 p.m.
- Looking for an opportunity to chat? Join Angie on Zoom!
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Category Archives: purpose of yoga
As autumn deepens in the month of November, we can reflect on the life-flowing energy of the natural world moving deeper into the core as an opportunity to practice self-reflection. As Patanjali explains in the Yoga Sutras, the niyamas are … Continue reading
Do you feel rushed or anxious at this time of year? If so, perhaps a restorative yoga class is just what you need, and Susan Polk is offering one this Friday, Dec. 12, at 5:30 p.m. About this style of … Continue reading
At our 4th of July class, Angie shared a quotation about freedom from the author David Foster Wallace. To allow students who enjoyed the quotation to review it again and folks who were not able to attend to read it, … Continue reading
We know many of you are curious to learn more about Laughing Yoga, so we asked Susan Polk to share some additional information about this style. Remember that Susan’s Laughing Yoga class meets this Friday (6/20) at 5:30 p.m. at … Continue reading
This month’s talk and meditation session was accidentally omitted from the June schedule; however, we are delighted to announce that Juanita will be hosting that event on Friday, June 14, at 6:45 p.m. (immediately after that night’s yoga class). As … Continue reading
NPR’s Morning Edition ran a story today about yoga being taught in schools in Encinitas, California. If you are a regular reader of the 4yoga blog, this situation may have sounded familiar because Erica blogged about it back in October. … Continue reading
We are late sharing this news story from the Louisville Courier-Journal, but we wanted to let other folks learn about one way that yoga is being used in Louisville: Grief center offers yoga therapy. From the beginning of the article: Hosparus … Continue reading
At class this morning, a student shared an article from the Louisville Courier-Journal about a recent yoga competition held in southern Indiana. Because one of the features many of us enjoy about yoga is its non-competitive nature, this event struck … Continue reading