Summer Has Arrived

My favorite time of year!

Sunshine, swimming, live music, outdoor yoga, dancing on the side of tall buildings, biking on the sea wall, picnics in the park, what could be sweeter?

I’m still teaching some regular yoga classes and am doing a short series or outdoor yoga in the park again. Wednesday July 20th and 27th from 7-8:30pm, meet at the beach at Trout Lake. I’ll add a few more classes in August once I know what works for everyone.

Listed below are the regular classes I’ll be teaching over the summer.

Monday evenings at Green Room Yoga: 2645 East Hastings Street

The session starts Monday June 27th- August 15th

7:00-8:30pm Energized Flow (New Time)

These are pre-register classes with some room for drop-ins. You can sign up for 5 or 8 classes in a session. If you are interested in attending contact alix@greenroomyoga.ca
Phone: 604-318-4066

www.greenroomyoga.ca

East Side Yoga: 1707 Grant Street just off Commercial Drive

Thursday’s from 6-7pm: Hatha Yoga

www.eastsideyogastudio.com/studio/studio.html

Sunday’s at Flow Yoga: 202 Burrard Street

12:15-1:30pm Foundation Flow

www.yyoga.ca

Also…..

If you’d like to check out some Aeriosa on the side of the library, there are free shows happening at noon on July 12th (11am and 12pm) and 13th at 12pm with Eagle Song.

See the Dancing on the Edge Festival page for more info on that.

http://www.dancingontheedge.org/aeriosa.php

A mixed program of dance featuring a special new collaboration betwee Aeriosa and Eagle Song Dancers and an excerpt from Aeriosa’s In Situ, which premiered as part of the Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad. Aeriosa resumes their relationship with architecture, live music and vertical dance with the generous support of the Vancouver Public Library.

Traditional canoe singer/dancer Bob Baker and Artistic Director of Aeriosa Julia Taffe, will lead a shared ceremony of Squamish song and dance recalling an ancient Coast Salish ritual of respect for the traditional territories of others. Squamish canoe drum dancing combined with Aeriosa’s signature vertical choreography, will truly celebrate 10,000 years of Squamish culture in the 125th anniversary of modern-day Vancouver.

The wildly popular excerpt from In Situ entitled “Business Woman’s Tango” returns to grace the elegant (and highest!) curved wall of the 22-storey Federal Office Tower at 300 West Georgia.

To get a sense of the perspective we see in the air, check out this clip that Daily Planet did with Aeriosa last spring.

http://watch.discoverychannel.ca/daily-planet/june-2011/daily-planet—june-30-2011/#clip492934

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