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Yoga Rocks the Park
June 28, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am
Yoga Rocks the Park is a free 75-minute yoga class (beginners welcome!) accompanied by live music or a DJ, plus programming for kids (Radiant Beginnings), lawn games, wellness vendors and food vendors. Yoga Rocks the Park is all about encouraging community connection through yoga and healthy living.
2015 Dates: 5/31, 6/28, 7/26, 8/23 and 9/6. All events begin at 9a (check in starts at 8a) and take place at the Sunken Gardens Park.
Yoga Rocks the Park Info: http://www.yogarocksthepark.com/denver.html
June 28 Guides: Heather Lindemann + Tracey Erin Lanham:
Heather Lindemann and Sahaja Devi (Tracey Erin Lanham) are co-owners of Mudra Yoga Studio in Denver, Colorado. Mudra Yoga Studio’s mission is to bring accessible and approachable yoga to everyone while also offering an opportunity for a deep, transformative experience. Mudra Yoga Studio offers a variety of classes including vinyasa flow, heated detox, restorative, align and flow, prenatal, fundamentals, meditation, workshops and retreats. The studio is designed to be warm, inviting and beautiful.
June 28 Music: Members of Chimney Choir:
Kris Drickey and David Rynhart, two of the founding member’s of Denver’s avante-pop band Chimney Choir, join together in this ambient duo side project which combines folk instrumentation, electronic <span “font-size:10.5pt;font-family:helvetica;=”” mso-bidi-font-family:helvetica;color:#141823″=””>soundscapes, looping, and swirling textures of rhythm and melody. Chimney Choir recently scored and performed a full-length ballet called BOOMTOWN with innovative dance company, Wonderbound. Since forming in early 2011, the Denver-based band has toured the country extensively, self-produced four recordings, and collaborated with many artists in the Front Range in mediums including film, sculpture, performance art, and dance. This summer Chimney Choir will go on to write and record a new full-length album.
June 28 Radiant Beginnings Camp YRP Instructor: Jennifer Werner
Jenny Werner has been serving as a teacher since she was 16, working as a camp counselor and then transitioning into a career as a visual arts teacher for Denver Public Schools. For the past 15 years she has been inspiring children to create. It was 5 years ago when her teaching shifted when she discovered yoga. In her heart she knew she wanted to share the tools of yoga to help children to find more calm and balance in their lives. After receiving her adult 200 hr. training at Shamabava yoga she continued her yoga education receiving a 108 hr. children’s’ training from Prana yoga. Jenny has taught family yoga, children’s yoga, and a combined class of art and yoga for the past 3 years. Her life path is to serve children, helping them to connect to their creativity, bodies, minds, and breath.