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August 30, 2021

Noontime Yoga begins for fall 2021

Submitted by Crystal Strauss

Noontime Yoga is again gathering in a limited fashion for the fall 2021 semester. The group will meet at 12:05-12:50 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays in 301 Ahearn Field House Gymnasium. Enter the building on the north side with the word "Gymnasium" over the doors, then go through the door on your immediate left, and take the stairs all the way up to the third floor.

We are following K-State COVID-19 guidelines. At this time, face masks are required and we recommend physical distancing. Please see the K-State COVID-19 website for details and updates.

You will need to bring your own yoga mat. Loaner mats and storage for personal mats is not available this semester.

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 schedule is sent to the listserv and posted on the Noontime Yoga Facebook group.

Sign up for the listserv to receive information about schedules, cancellations and upcoming yoga events and/or join the K-State Noontime Yoga Facebook group.

See the Noontime Yoga flyer for more information.

All are welcome and there are no requirements to attend. Please sign in each time on the participation waiver and attendance sheet. Show up when you can, even if you have to be a little late or need to leave a little early. We ask that you please enter and exit quietly so you don't disturb the rest of the class.

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

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

Noontime Yoga is sponsored by Nonviolence Studies and Programs and the UFM Community Learning Center.