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Kids Yoga
Kids Yoga
Join Laura for our winter yoga series. Each class incorporates movement, breath work, mindfulness, play, tools for stress and more.
Winter session dates: January 22-March 11. 4-6 year olds starts Wednesday January 27. Teen class is on-going. See workshops tab for details.
Kids Yoga
Wednesdays & Fridays
Happy Hour Yoga
Happy Hour Yoga
2/12 Saskia
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18 Day Yoga Challenge
Upcoming Workshop
Restorative Workshops with Farrah
February 21, 6-8 p.m.
Join Farrah in this 2-hour workshop where she will assist you into these tranquil restorative poses, teach calming breathing and visualization techniques, and lead you into blissful guided meditation. Class is offered monthly; $30/session. Next date: February 21
Upcoming Workshop
Restorative Yoga
Upcoming Workshop
The Yoga of 12 Step Recovery
Y12SR Yoga brings together the practical tools of 12-Step programs with the wisdom of yoga so we can learn how to stay present and come into balance while walking through the negative emotions and cravings in ways that enhance our mental and spiritual well-being.
The Yoga of 12 Step Recovery
February 20, 1-3:30 p.m.
Upcoming Event
Beginners Intensive: March 16-30
In this 3-session workshop, we will explore the basic postures, breathing and meditation techniques that make up the practice of Hatha yoga. Students will leave with a basic understanding of proper alignment and technique, and will be prepared for most all levels class at the Yoga Junction.
Beginners Series
Wednesdays, March 16-30, 7-8:15 p.m.
Upcoming Event
Family Yoga with Laura
Learn how to create a yoga practice with your family. Class includes beneficial poses for adults and kids to do together, games and playful activities as well as restorative postures. $7/family member.
Family Yoga with Laura
February 28; 1-2 p.m.

News from your hometown studio

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Spring 2015 – Gaiam and Kids Yoga

It’s a rainy afternoon at Yoga Junction, a small-town Colorado studio on Main Street in Louisville, nestled between a barber shop and a florist. With the kids seated on their mats, Laura rings the tingsha, two small brass cymbals strung together, their delicate chime slowly fading away. “We’re going to start with three oms,” Laura says to the kids, their eyes glued to her. “Om is a really beautiful sound that makes you feel peaceful,” she adds, before leading them through a sing-songy version of yoga’s classic tenor. The kids join in with confidence and a soft sense of pride. “I like to put my hands at my heart when I do it, too,” a blonde girl beams.

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