Vail Vitality Center hosts Gratitude Flow yoga class with Kim Fuller on Thanksgiving
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What: Gratitude Flow yoga with Kim Fuller.
Where: Vail Vitality Center, Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa, 352 E. Meadow Drive, Vail.
When: 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 26.
Cost: Free for members or $35 drop-in fee for nonmembers.
More information: Visit www.vailvitalitycenter.com, or call 970-476-7960.
VAIL — The Vail Vitality Center at the Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa is offering folks an opportunity to burn a few calories and focus on what they’re grateful for during the Gratitude Flow yoga class from 10 to 11 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday. Whether you plan to fill your day with a big turkey feast or a few runs on Vail Mountain, get on your mat and set your intention for the holiday season first.
“The Gratitude Flow on Thanksgiving will be a fun and physical practice to get the blood pumping and your metabolism revving, but it will also include time and space for introspection,” said local yoga instructor Kim Fuller, who will lead the class. “People can expect an athletic practice to music, paired with themes and readings inspired by gratitude. It’s a yoga class that will cater to all levels, since there will be ample opportunity to modify poses and also to intensify them.”
Moving your body while quieting your mind is important any time of year, but it’s especially vital to be active and mindful during the busy holiday season.
‘IGNITE YOUR APPETITE’
“Since Thanksgiving is such a wonderfully indulgent day, this Gratitude Flow will not only ignite your appetite; it will help make this time of thanks even more heartfelt and memorable by shifting any feelings of tension and stress into the energy of joy and connection,” Fuller said.
This is a vinyasa flow yoga class that Fuller promises will be athletic, though there are restful poses and modifications available.
“Most of the poses will be connected with one breath, one movement or holding poses within the cycles of inhales and exhales,” Fuller said.
All levels are welcome. Visit http://www.vailvitalitycenter.com or call 970-476-7960 to reserve a space or get more information.
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