Yoga briefs: Permission to Chill, gentle yoga and more
June 7, 2017
VAIL — The Aria Athletic Club & Spa is hosting two yoga classes with Jenn Stuber, a visiting yoga teacher from Las Vegas with 18 years of experience.
On Saturday meet Stuber and enjoy an Organic Flow practice from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., and on Sunday for a Permission to Chill session from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost for the classes is $45 for one class of $80 for both.
Organic Flow is a yoga practice that will focus on the natural expression of breath and movement through traditional postures. Permission to Chill will focus on the benefits of the body's rest.
For more information, visit ww.AriaClub Spa.com or call 970-476-7400.
Gentle yoga is back on Tuesdays, Thursdays
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The Vail Recreation District's gentle yoga classes continue weekly throughout the summer on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Gentle yoga takes place in the Community Programming room, located above the Vail Welcome Center in the Lionshead Village parking structure.
Designed for beginners and advanced yoga students, gentle yoga classes will focus on breathing, asana poses and meditation practice.
Vail Vitality Center closed Friday and Saturday
Again this year during the GoPro Mountain Games, the Vail Vitality Center will be hosting renowned climbers during the only World Cup event in the U.S.
Since the climbers require isolation prior to competition, the Vail Vitality Center will be closed Friday and Saturday.
The spa will remain open with specials including 30 percent off treatments.
For more information, call 970-476-7960.
Teen mindfulness retreat July 2-8
Inward Bound Mindfulness Education will be hosting a teen mindfulness retreat in southern Colorado the week of July Fourth.
The retreat offers in-depth mindfulness programming tailored to adolescents, developing self-awareness, compassion and decision making while empowering them to apply these skills in their lives and communities.
Inward Bound Mindfulness Education offers a sliding pay scale based on family income.
No teen has ever been turned away due to lack of funds.
"This experience forever changed my life," one teen said about the retreat. "It restored my faith in humanity and gave me a sense of peace with myself and others I have never had before."
For more information and to register, visit http://www.ibme.info.
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