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YOGA - 2018

Post Date:01/03/2018

Try Yoga!

 

We believe that every program should be high quality fun and improve your overall health and wellness. Yoga does that and more! This is a great activity for any participant of any athletic ability. Yoga will strengthen your abilities by increasing flexibility, endurance, and focus in order for you to create a healthier lifestyle.

Yoga Program Offerings:

1) Free Yoga (60 Min - 1 class)
               - Tuesday - 6:00pm - 7:00pm 
               - January 4th - ONLY
               - Lawndale Park Community Center, 9201 Rainbow Dr.
               - Adult Co-Ed (18-years or older)
               - Instructors: @RomingYoga - Chelsea and Nancy

2) Flow Yoga Resolution (60 Min - 8 Week Program) 
               - $80: 8-weeks, 16 classes
               - Tuesdays & Thursdays - 6:00pm - 7:00pm 
               - January 9th- March 1st 
               - Lawndale Park Community Center, 9201 Rainbow Dr.
               - Adult Co-Ed (18-years or older)
               - Instructors: @RomingYoga - Chelsea and Nancy

Registration:
         

* Prorated amount will be on the registration page each week, or drop-in each week. 
         * Register online and save time at check-in!

 

         

         - Parks Admin Office, 1100 W. 42nd St.
         - Online Registration: Click Here

 

Drop-In:

         - 8-Week Class too much? Want to try just one? Drop-In's are welcome.
         - Drop-In On-Site - $10 per class (8-week session only)
         - Drop-In's will register on-site (until full)

What do I need to bring? 
          - Items you need to bring:
                  - Yoga Mat or other comfortable/soft mat to exercise on
                  - Comfortable clothes - Recommended: yoga pants, fitted or comfortable shirts
                  - Blocks and Straps (optional, but great to have)

What is Flow Yoga? 
Flow yoga is a term given to a style of yoga where the practitioner moves from one pose to the next and the class, or practice, becomes almost like a dance. Generally, each movement in to or out of a posture is made on an inhalation or exhalation, so the yoga unites the breath with the movement in a choreographed sequence. The flowing movements may be combined with some longer holds of certain postures. Flow yoga is also called Vinyasa Flow yoga. (Source: Yogapedia.com)

 

For more information, please contact us!

Contact Information 

Parks and Recreation 
1100 W. 42nd Street 
Odessa, TX 79761 
Phone: (432) 368-3548 
Email: cbranscum@odessa-tx.gov

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