April 7, 2011 - 10:26am
Free demo classes for yogis of all ages at Shine on Market St. next week. Because calm is a good thing.
Yoga is nothing new, according to Yoga Journal, an estimated 15 million Americans partake in yoga each year. But the newest yoga trend to sweep the nation is the concept of "family yoga" where yogis are created even in infancy.
July 29, 2012 - 7:53pm
Highlands day camp offered in late June for kids K-6
Registration is now open for the Camp Odyssey summer program, which will take place this June at the Passionist Earth & Spirit Center in the Highlands. The fun and educational program is designed to help children connect with the Earth, awakening a sense of awe and wonder about the planet we...
March 8, 2011 - 9:49am
More than just a bared belly and flowing scarves, a belly dance workshop Saturday afternoon introduces Louisville participants to the most ancient form of dance.
When a little more than an hour into the beginner's belly dance workshop last Saturday instructor Jeannine stopped teaching and performed a fully choreographed drum solo, I never imagined I'd be doing that very dance by the end of the next hour. I don't think any of the new dancers did, but an hour...
March 4, 2011 - 11:00am
Shaking your hips and rolling your belly may not be as easy as it looks, but this workshop is sure to introduce you to the basic moves of belly dance and set you on your way to mastering its moves.
The mysterious and beautiful art of belly dance has caught the attention of men and women in the west since the early 19th century, and this Saturday Louisville women have the chance to learn its basics. Yoga on Baxter (1611 Eastern Parkway) is offering a crash course in belly dance workshop...
February 15, 2011 - 12:49pm
An intimate performance at Yoga on Baxter by a renouned dancer gave Louisvillians a glimpse into an ancient art form Saturday night.
In a unique and educational solo performance Saturday night, Jaan Freeman of New York City's Dakshina Palli shared a dance born of Hindu temples in southern India. Freeman opened with a dance of invocation which was primarily aesthetic in nature, not seeming to follow any particular storyline but...