Friends of Paynes Prairie, Inc.

Yoga and Meditation at the Prairie

  • 31 May 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Paynes Prairie Visitor Center
  • 12

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  • Suggested donation of $3-$5 per class. Donations accepted at the class via a donation box. All donations directly support this program.

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Yoga and Meditation at the Prairie with Kim Holton


Thursdays:  March 15 through May 31 (12 classes total)
6:00 - 7:00 PM
In the Paynes Prairie Visitor Center overlooking the prairie 


This dynamic class will vary each week but always start with a half hour to 45 minutes of postures and movement appropriate for all levels, and end with 15-30 minutes of guided meditation.  Longer meditations will always be done lying down.  If you love to feel good, relax and enjoy the beauty of the prairie, this class is for you.  Open to all levels of experience.  If you have a mat or blanket, please bring one with you.


This class is provided by the Friends of Paynes Prairie and Kim for the health and enjoyment of our community.  There is no fee for participation in this program, but all donations are appreciated and will be given to the Friends of Paynes Prairie to directly support the yoga program.  A donation box specifically for the Prairie Yoga Program will be available during the class for anyone who would like to make a donation.


About Kim:

Kim began studying yoga in 1998 and teaching in 2002. She has completed teacher trainings through Sivandanda, Nosara, and the Kundalini Research Institute and received her certification in yoga nidra through the Amrit Yoga Institute. Kim has also trained with numerous nationally recognized yoga teachers in the traditions of Ashtanga, Iyengar, Kripalu, Kundalini, Restorative, and Vinyasa. She has taught and worked at the Omega Institute and Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. She currently resides in Gainesville, Florida, where she teaches regular classes at Sanctuary Yoga and through Santa Fe College's Community Education. Kim completed her Ph.D. in Health and Human Performance with a specialization in Health Behavior at the University of Florida and now serves as a faculty member in UF's Department of Health Education and Behavior.  Please visit her website www.kimholtonyoga.com  



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