Come up @ 4:00 and place your blanket on the hill,
take our donation ~all levels~ yoga class from 4:30-5:30,
enjoy the Free Concert from 6:00-8:00.
It will be a perfect night!
Need more information? Visit: Canyons Free Concert
It’s not in your job description to make other people happy but you can show them the way. You can light their path by following your passion, by living with integrity, empathy and kindness and by being present and helpful to those around you. But you can’t make them happy. This is a simple and revolutionary idea that once grasped is difficult to ignore.
This Saturday, July 19 2014, join us for another All Levels Donation Yoga Class and A FREE concert afterwards.
Come up before class and put down your blanket in front of the stage, take a yoga class and then enjoy the rest of the evening listening to the music of Trigger Hippy.
All Levels Donation Yoga Class is from 4:30-5:30 pm.
Free Canyons concert starts at 6:00 pm.
Whenever there is a Free Saturday concert, we will have a donation based All Levels Yoga Class before. Next concert is on July 19th, see ya then.
Yoga Kula Project has a DONATION based All Levels Yoga class from 4:30-5:30 . . . Bring the family! The free concerts start @ 6:00; just enough time to take class and return to your comfy blanket. So . . . how does this sound?
Come up early and put your blanket down on the grass, then bring your cooler into the studio. Take the yoga class and spend the rest of evening listening to amazing music with friends. Sounds like a fun evening to me. For more information go to: http://www.canyonsresort.com/events.html
A perfect morning & evening routine:Park your car in the large Canyons parking lot near Hwy 224 (bring your bike), then ride your bike to the studio. Lock it on the bike stand outside the Marketplace & enter into the Elk Lodge. Take an awesome yoga class @ Yoga Kula Project. We promise to stretch out your quads & butt muscles during class. It takes about 6-12 minutes to go up, and about 2 minutes down!
According to the National Institutes of Health, cardio exercise increases the risk of overeating, while yoga decreases overeating. Researchers studied the role of body awareness and mindfulness (found in practices like yoga) in the relationship between exercise and eating behavior. They concluded that practices like yoga may be more beneficial for those at risk for eating disorders than decreasing dietary intake.
For more information go to, www.pubmed.com