Imagine you live in a world with few, if any, friendships. You don’t relate well to people because you have trouble reading emotion and body language. If a conversation does start, it fizzles because you can’t keep it going.
Sister Jose Women's Shelter, 18 W. 18th Street is hosting a beginning yoga class for women at 10 a.m. tomorrow.
A calm mind, closed eyes, and some inner soul-searching all come with the territory in a church.
If you're looking for a fun way to burn some calories, you should try Zumba.
If you're going to do 108 sun salutations, you probably have a good reason.
Athletic store, Lululemon, is hosting free yoga classes in the main courtyard of La Encantada at 10 a.m. Sundays through May 25.
The Movement Shala, located at 435 E. 9th Street, is hosting a free day of dance and yoga tomorrow starting at 12:30 p.m.
A yoga instructor at a south side gym was arrested for disorderly conduct after employees reported she “appeared to be tweaking,” according to a Pima County sheriff’s report.
To celebrate National Yoga Month, Tucson Yoga is offering free yoga classes from 1-5 p.m. tomorrow.
Aspen participates in Kids Yoga at The BLOC. Yoga instructor and massage therapist Julie Vernon teaches the class every Saturday and Sunday.
Julie Vernon leads Kids Yoga. Kids ages 2 and up are welcome at the yoga sessions. Vernon said she loves working with children.
When it came time for Aspen to introduce herself, she led the Kids Yoga group in a stretch called The Scorpion.
Abbi Miles holds a position during a class at Sports Yoga Stretch, 9095 E. Tanque Verde Road. "I incorporate yoga, Pilates and Budokon into a very intense 45-minute workout," says owner Tovah Rich, who recently relocated here from Boston.
Adam Schwartz rests at the conclusion of a class at Sports Yoga Stretch. A recent yoga newcomer found the workout so demanding he was physically drained after just 10 minutes.
As I walked toward the mat, I didn't know what I had gotten
Photo courtesy of Dora Radin
EZ Does It Yoga Class participants Vanessa Vazquez and Emelyn Eubanks practice a partner yoga asana — or position — known as “boat,” which is done to promote abdominal and back strength. Photo courtesy of Dora Radin