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    Summer Fun 2016: Five ways to be active

    How and where to get moving this summer with mountain biking, climbing, running, paddling and yoga.

     


      

    Yoga

    While yoga is a year-round venture, the outdoor variety is reserved for only the most glorious months in Minnesota. With a gentle breeze and the warming sun, Mother Nature offers a particularly spiritual setting to get your Namaste on. Drawing in all ages and ability levels, outdoor yoga sheds the intimidation factor that sometimes accompanies regular studio classes.

    Classes: There are outdoor yoga options every day of the week. Tuesday evenings at 6:30 from June 14-Sept. 13, end your workday with Luminous Yoga (luminous-yoga.com) on the shores of Lake Calhoun. On Wednesdays, the Yoga Garage (theyogagarage.com) visits Lake of the Isles in that same time frame. Head to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska (arboretum.umn.edu) at lunchtime on Thursdays for yoga in the gardens, and return for a Sunday morning session. Or hit up a Sunday morning class at Lake Calhoun, hosted by the Twin Cities Yoga Cooperative (facebook.com/twincitiesyogacooperative). For early birds, the Lake Harriet Yoga Project (facebook.com/lakeharrietyogaproject) holds 6:30 a.m. sunrise yoga classes at the Lake Harriet Bandshell every single day Memorial Day through Labor Day.

    Events: Minneapolis’ Loring Park will play host to the Common Grounds Yoga and Music Festival (commongroundsfestival.com) on July 9. The event features al fresco classes in various styles of yoga, along with music, meditation and performances in the park.


    WHOLE ARTICLE: http://www.startribune.com/summer-fun-2016-five-ways-to-be-active/380020671/

     

  • Sculpt at Sunset Tuesday August 19th!

    Join us next Tuesday for Yoga SCULPT with Blake!

    BRING:

    • Canned Goods to used as weights (and as donations)
    • Yoga Mat

    Canned Goods and cash donations will go to North St. Paul School District. This district has 77% of students on Free and Reduced lunch. They have a backpack program which sends home non-perishable food items weekly to families in need. Unfortunately, while they are supported by a church community with canned goods, that alone is not meeting the need. With any additional resources they can expand the program, purchase foods that aren't commonly collected by food drives and shelves (snacks foods, ready-to-make meals, etc.) and impact more families!


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