- Looking for an opportunity to chat? Join Angie on Zoom!
- August (2020) schedule: in-person and online class options and Zoom chats!
- Sat., 7/25: outdoor yoga returns, Zoom meditation continues
- Pop-up Meditation: Join Alice for “letting go” on Tues., 7/14, 5 p.m.
- Help us pick the book for the Sept. book club meeting!
- beginner series
- benefits of yoga
- book club
- guest teachers
- health fair
- laughing yoga
- new class
- new teachers
- places for yoga
- pose of the month
- purpose of yoga
- styles of yoga
- teacher training
- Training Thursdays
- yamas and niyamas
Tag Archives: April
We apologize for falling behind on our Training Thursday posts, but we are pleased now to share this report on a session that Carmen Herrera completed on April 25. This two-hour Zoom training was offered by Shanda Packard, whom many of … Continue reading
Although she was scheduled to teach the Thursday-evening class on April 23, Carmen had a conflict arise that prevents her from doing so. However, she generously shared a practice that she had previously recorded so that we can share it … Continue reading
During this period of social distancing, some of our teachers are taking advantage of online opportunities to take classes and complete training with advanced teachers in different geographic locations. We are happy to share the news of their ongoing learning … Continue reading
Financial update while in-studio classes are suspended (and more than you wanted to know about 4yoga operations!)
We are enormously grateful to be part of the Bowling Green yoga community, however and wherever we are able to be together: on our livestreamed classes, through your comments on our Facebook posts, and via email and Facebook messages. Thank you for … Continue reading
Welcome to April! I think we’ve all agreed to call off April Fool’s Day this year, right?! After spending the latter half of March offering as many online classes as possible, we at 4yoga are adjusting our plan for April. … Continue reading
April invites us to come along with the buds and blossoms, to be buoyed up on a carefree breeze that delivers happy sounds of neighbors sharing neighborly tidings, birdsong, and children’s delightful cacophony of outdoor play. Come along and open … Continue reading