Transform yourself at Vail Athletic Club
Vail, CO Colorado
VAIL, Colorado –Are you looking to live a more sustainable, balanced life? The Yoga Studio at the Vail Athletic Club in Vail, Colorado hosts a summer session – “42 Days to Personal Transformation” – starting Monday.
The program, lead by Vail Athletic Club instructor Rachel Nelson, focuses on yoga, meditation and diet. The six-week session is designed to help students gain the tools and knowledge to stay balanced physically through yoga and diet, and mentally and emotionally through writing in a journal and meditation, Nelson says.
“42 Days to Personal Transformation allows students to tap into their inner power to create true change on all levels,” says Nelson.
The Yoga Studio at the Vail Athletic Club has hosted two previous “42 Days” programs, both in the winter , and more than 50 students have taken part. This will be the first summer offering.
Nelson, a Colorado native, found yoga while a professional snowboarder. She has been teaching for four years. She integrates the playfulness of acroyoga, the dynamics of Baptiste power yoga, alignment principals of Anusara, and the contemplative qualities from her teachings with Deepak Chopra.
The program includes six weeks of yoga, weekly mentoring meetings, diet counseling, access to special events, and more. Special guests over the six week program will include Regina Zwilling, forest yoga teacher and diet specialist; Felix Lopez, a meditation master; and Dave Farmar, certified Baptiste yoga teacher.
For more information about the Vail Athletic Club visit http://vailathleticclub.com or call 970-476-7960.
What: 42 Days to Personal Transformation, six-week program including yoga, meditation and diet
When: The program begins Monday, 7:15 to 8:15 p.m.
Cost: $300 for guests, $150 for members
More information: Sign up with the Vail Athletic Club at 970-476-7960
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