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K-State Today

August 23, 2017



Free noontime yoga offered on campus

By Crystal Strauss

Welcome to the fall 2017 semester. Join nonviolence studies and programs and UFM for noontime yoga. 

Noontime yoga is a free volunteer-based program that provides an outlet for students, staff, faculty and community members to practice yoga together in a friendly, noncompetitive environment.

The group meets from 12:05-12:50 p.m. Monday through Friday in 301 Ahearn Field House Gymnasium. The easiest way to find noontime yoga is to enter the building on the north side — facing the engineering building — with the word "Gymnasium" over the doors and take the stairs all the way up to the third floor.

Bring a mat if you have one; loaner mats are available and wear comfortable clothing.

Yoga classes are for all levels and abilities. You are encouraged to listen to your body and modify poses as necessary. The group's yoga leaders are volunteers from K-State and the community.

There are no requirements to attend. Please sign in each time for our participation waiver and attendance. Show up when you can, even if you have to be a little late or need to leave a little early. Please enter and exit quietly so you don't disturb the rest of the class.

Sign up for the group email list and receive information about cancellations and upcoming events. 

Join the Facebook group or search for "K-State Noontime Yoga" on Facebook. 

If you have any questions, email Crystal at strauss@k-state.edu