- 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!
- 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: Leslie Weigel
Welcome to December! We are excited to share the pose of the month and class schedule, and we are grateful to Cre for selecting December’s pose and contributing the following information about it. Also, check out this page for Cre’s detailed … Continue reading
As we have recently announced, after enjoying practicing with hundreds of you for monthly classes at The Downing Museum, we will conclude those regular yoga and meditation classes in December. But we still have two more opportunities to practice in … Continue reading
In this Training Thursday installment, we share news about a series of five, two-hour workshops that Leslie Weigel and Debbie Marquette completed with Jason Crandell. Titled The Next Evolution of Vinyasa Yoga, this training was hosted by Yogaview in Chicago, … Continue reading
Check out the September pose of the month and schedule announcements! We’d love to practice yoga or meditation with you in September! Continue reading
Sign up for Leslie Weigel’s Introduction to Yoga class on Sat., Feb. 2, 2019, 1–2:30 p.m. Continue reading
On Wednesday, July 17, Heather, Leslie, and Angie set up a table at a wellness event hosted by WKU’s Staff Senate. This four-hour, pop-up event in the Downing Student Union provided opportunities to talk with WKU staff members about the … 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