Liquid Flow yoga tour comes to Vail |

Liquid Flow yoga tour comes to Vail

Vail Daily staff reportnewsroom@vaildaily.comVail, CO Colorado

VAIL, Colorado – A yoga workshop which has already made stops at studios in Denver, Chicago and New York City will come to Vail, Colorado this week when The Yoga Studio at The Vail Athletic Club brings the Liquid Flow Tour with Simon Park to town for three days of Prana Flow. The tour comprises three workshops which senior yoga teacher Kiara Boch says will offer attendees the chance to awaken a more fluid body through dynamic movement, as well as a chance to work on challenging arm balances.”Simon is one of the more innovative and creative teachers out there right now, so we’re feeling extremely honored that he agreed to make our studio one of the stops on this tour” says Boch.Park, who was named one of the “most influential and gifted” yoga teachers by Yoga Journal, took up yoga in 1995 while recovering from a motorcycle accident under the instruction of Shiva Rea, innovator of the Prana Flow Yoga and Yoga Trance Dance styles. Having taught in Los Angeles and Philadelphia, he is now based in New York City and teaches nationally. The Tour begins on Friday night with “Fluid Power: Embodying Wave Motion Within Vinyasa” at 6 p.m. followed by “Inversions & Arm Balances” on from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and “Liquid Flow: Slow Vinyasa and Restorative” on Saturday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.. Workshops are $45 each, or $100 for all three.Boch, who recently completed her own Prana Flow teacher training with Shiva Rea, says the workshops will offer an opportunity for growth regardless of level. “The word ‘prana’ can be translated as ‘energy,’ Boch says. “With Prana Flow, students become more firmly grounded in their own breath and internal rhythms, so whether they’re finding the courage to be upside down or learning a deeper form of relaxation, they’re staying connected and engaged.”The Yoga Studio at the Vail Athletic Club is located in the Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa, at 352 East Meadow Drive. For more information visit or call 970-476-7960.

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