yoga in the mountains

Free Yoga Class

 

🙏 Free! Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class with Kristi Hall-Baldwin.
(Most) Saturdays, 9 am at the McCammon Depot.
(Please always confirm schedule w/Kristi in advance of attending.)
All levels are welcome. —Please join us! —

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No Yoga Class Nov 30th

 

Please note that there is no class on November 30th and that class time will change back to 10 am in December.

As always, please confirm with Kristi in advance of attending in case there is a last-minute change.

 

yoga in the mountains

Free Yoga Class

 

🙏 Free! Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class with Kristi Hall-Baldwin.
(Most) Saturdays, 9 am at the McCammon Depot.
(Please always confirm schedule w/Kristi in advance of attending.)
All levels are welcome. —Please join us! —

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Free Yoga Class

 

🙏 Free! Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class with Kristi Hall-Baldwin.
(Most) Saturdays, 9 am at the McCammon Depot.
(Please confirm schedule w/Kristi in advance of attending.)
All levels are welcome. —Please join us!

If you’re a newbie:
Vinyasa yoga is one of the most popular modern forms of yoga. In this type of yoga, you do a series of poses (or asanas) in a smooth, uninterrupted sequence. It’s also called vinyasa flow or flow yoga for the smooth way you transition in between the poses.
In vinyasa yoga, the focus is on linking one’s breath with the movement while transitioning between the poses. Inhalation is usually connected to upward, open movements, while exhalation is often tied to downward movements or twists.
From calming the mind to giving your body an invigorating workout, there are many benefits to vinyasa flow yoga!

 

yoga in the mountains

Free Yoga Class

 

🙏 Free! Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class with Kristi Hall-Baldwin.
(Most) Saturdays, 10 am at the McCammon Depot.
(Please confirm schedule w/Kristi in advance of attending.)
All levels are welcome. —Please join us!

If you’re a newbie:
Vinyasa yoga is one of the most popular modern forms of yoga. In this type of yoga, you do a series of poses (or asanas) in a smooth, uninterrupted sequence. It’s also called vinyasa flow or flow yoga for the smooth way you transition in between the poses.
In vinyasa yoga, the focus is on linking one’s breath with the movement while transitioning between the poses. Inhalation is usually connected to upward, open movements, while exhalation is often tied to downward movements or twists.
From calming the mind to giving your body an invigorating workout, there are many benefits to vinyasa flow yoga!

 

yoga in the mountains

Free Yoga Class

 

🙏 Free! Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class with Kristi Hall-Baldwin.
(Most) Saturdays, 9 am at the McCammon Depot.
(Please always confirm schedule w/Kristi in advance of attending.)
All levels are welcome. —Please join us! —

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