The best way to start your New Year is to start thinking healthier. I’m not talking about getting out every day and running 12 miles and feeling like you’re going to pass out. I’m talking about a healthy start in an easy welcoming atmosphere. Yoga on Baxter is this type of place, it’s amazing and definitely makes you sweat.
Karen McKnight offers free YogaBall classes through the month of December to help deal with holiday stress.
September is National Yoga month, a perfect time to try that workout everyone keeps talking about.
The eighth annual Hike, Bike, and Paddle event is setting up for labor day.
Jonathan Swanz, a New Albany High School graduate, is now one of the leading glass artists in the region. He specializes in decorative art, complex functional sculpture, and architectural glass.
Free demo classes for yogis of all ages at Shine on Market St. next week. Because calm is a good thing.
Highlands day camp offered in late June for kids K-6
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.
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.
An intimate performance at Yoga on Baxter by a renouned dancer gave Louisvillians a glimpse into an ancient art form Saturday night.
South Indian dance performance to occur at Yoga on Baxter.
Relax your body and spirit and unleash your inner artist at 21c every Sunday-- for really cheap. Unless, that is, if yoga's against your religion or something...