NORTH AND SOUTH RIVERS WATERSHED ASSOCIATION
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Yoga at the River's Edge

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Yoga at the River's Edge - Our 18th year!

14 Saturday mornings at various beautiful locations on the rivers

8:30-10:00 a.m.

June to September 

See 2014 Schedule. Link to Google Maps locations for each Saturday

Yoga is a delightful way to begin a summer day! It can help reduce stress, increase muscle tone, improve flexibility, and much more. Classes incorporate meditation, gentle stretching, breathing techniques, hatha yoga postures, and guided relaxation, and take place at various scenic outdoor sites along the North and South Rivers. To date, more than 750 people have participated in the Yoga at the River's Edge program. We hope you'll try a class with us this summer.

Donation per class:  $10 per person for NSRWA members or $15 non-members.  Non-member price adds up to more than a $25 NSRWA membership if you attend each class. Please consider helping us save our rivers by becoming a member

Please bring a yoga mat, blanket, or a towel (large enough to lie down upon). You may also like a blanket to place under your yoga mat to accommodate your outstretched arms and legs. Dress in layers - the temperature at these outdoor sites can change quickly and dramatically as the sun rises or as clouds move in. Other supplies to consider: drinking water, bug repellant, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses.

* Please note: For classes at Couch Beach, bring good walking shoes for an approximately 1/4 mile hike over uneven terrain.  Classes are cancelled on rainy days.

For more information,  email yogariversedge@verizon.net or friend Yoga at the Rivers Edge on Facebook


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Yoga at the River's Edge was founded in 1997 by Kezia Bacon, a yoga teacher who wanted to combine her enthusiam for yoga with her love of the North & South Rivers. Kezia hoped participants would gain increased awareness and appreciation both of their inner selves and of the rivers, marshes, and streams of the North and South Rivers Watershed.

 

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