Latest News – January 6

Yoga Retreat Starts New Year Off on Right Foot

If your New Year’s resolutions call for more peace and calm in your life then what better way to get that good intention started than with this Saturday’s Yoga Retreat entitled: Balance and the Feet. Yoga RetreatJoin Cynthia Nielsen on January 9 from 9:30 a.m. – noon for her monthly Yoga series at Joyful Journey Hot Springs and Spa in Moffat.

This session will include instruction on learning to be focused and grounded , and a foot anatomy and energy lession. No previous yoga experience is necessary.

Cost is $35 and there will be a shared potluck lunch following the session at noon. For more information, contact Cynthia at 719-298-0360. Or email: cythnianielsenlmt@gmail.com.spacer

Yoga Classes Offered at BeBop Studio in Saguache

Do you have an inside winter workout? It’s easy to get outside during the warmer weather months. But once old man winter settles in it’s just as easy to tick off the weeks without any exercise. If that sounds like your winter, then you’re in luck. There’s a solution, and it’s free!

Join other gentle yoga participants at the FREE Thursday class at BeBop Studio in downtown Saguache. Photo: Lynn Nowiskee/Saguache Today

Join other gentle yoga participants at the FREE Thursday class at BeBop Studio in downtown Saguache. Photo: Lynn Nowiskee/Saguache Today

Every Thursday from 4:45 to 6 p.m. Cynthia Nielsen, LMT of Radiant Flow offers a gentle yoga class at BeBop Studio in downtown Saguache.

“It’s a gentle approach to engaging in your personal practice,” stated Nielsen during one of her recent classes.

In gentle yoga, participants take time to feel the body move. Breathe and movement are pathways to keeping the organs healthy and joints lubricated. Gentle Yoga is not about doing a million planks or downward dogs, but rather having a more gentle approach to the body.

Breathe and movement are pathways to keeping the organs healthy and joints lubricated through gentle yoga. Photo: Lynn Nowiskee/Saguache Today

Breathe and movement are pathways to keeping the organs healthy and joints lubricated through gentle yoga. Photo: Lynn Nowiskee/Saguache Today

Initially popular among pregnant women and seniors with injuries, today’s classmates include more and more young people wanting to be gentle with their body and develop core strength at the same time.

The gentle yoga class is free, open to drop-ins and all levels of participants. For more information on this class or other service offered by Cynthia Nielsen of Radiant Flow call 719-298-0360.

 

 

 

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