8-Week Summer Yoga Series with The Whole U and UW Recreation!
Start off Summer 2018 with improved mental and physical well-being by signing up for one (or both) of two 8-week yoga series with The Whole U and UW Recreation. Each series costs only $45!
Summer Vinyasa Yoga at the HUB
Starting July 11 • Wednesdays, noon to 1:00 p.m. • HUB
The Summer Vinyasa Yoga series is a dynamic heat building practice that synchronizes movement with breath. This class utilizes progressive and creative sequencing to build towards a peak pose that enlivens your body, mind, and heart. Cultivate physical strength, cardiovascular health, mindful awareness, and a greater sense of overall well-being. Some experience with yoga recommended. Please bring your own yoga mat.
Summer Flow Yoga at South Campus Center
Starting July 31 • Tuesdays, noon – 1:00 p.m (9/10 – Monday) • South Campus Center
Spring Flow Yoga series is a medium pace practice that weaves together synchronized movement and breath with longer posture holds. This class emphasizes basic alignment principles and creative sequencing to foster greater mental clarity and awareness. Cultivate physical strength, reduce stress, increase brain functionality, and improve spinal health. No prior experience with yoga required.
2 Thoughts on “8-Week Summer Yoga Series with The Whole U and UW Recreation!”
On June 14, 2018 at 1:43 PM, Mary Martha McNally said:
I have been taking the yoga classes and really appreciate your offering them.
However, could you market it with reality on the cost?
I do not know of any dept that let’s you charge it on their budget, so most all of us have to use a credit card.
The cost includes the approx 16% additional charge.
Or, do you know how to get a dept to charge it and then taken out of our paycheck?
Let me know for future, as I have paid the higher price for all your classes.
THanks for listening.
On June 15, 2018 at 1:45 PM, Matthew Leib said:
Mary, thanks for the feedback. The 16% additional charge is a UW institution charge. Getting a department to take it out of one’s paycheck would be a department-to-department issue, but please do refer anyone our way if they have specific questions about helping make this doable. Right now, we bring the price down even more to consider the 16% added.
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