Late Summer Yoga to Cool Your Fire
July 21 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am$30 – $35
Date: Friday, July 21
Time: 8:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Location: Meet at Kelly Island, Spurgin St. Access
Join Kate Crouch for a refreshing yoga class sequenced for the body in summer. Late summer is the season of Fire. This practice celebrates Fire’s embodiment of change and need for balancing through cooling. This curated yoga experience correlates with our energetic and physical bodies by acknowledging the effects of seasons internal and external. Kate has selected poses and prose to lead you into deep awareness of the bodiy and bring alignment with the Self. Kate will also lead you through a nature meditation to connect you to your practice space – the Clark Fork River and cottonwood galleries of Kelly Island. MNHC naturalists will further orient you to the riparian landscape by interpreting ecosystem features and identifying the trees, plants, and birds of this special place.
This yoga class is great for any ability level!
Instructor: Kate Crouch has been teaching children and adults nature-based studies, art, yoga, and mindfulness since 2002. She started her own mindful art education business, Mind Your Self, in 2017. Kate holds a Master’s degree in Art Integration in Education from the University of Montana where she studied Mindfulness, Dance, and Art. Her B.A is in Integrative Studies from Warren Wilson College, in Asheville, NC. Kate is a certified yoga instructor RYT-200 hour with additional trainings including Kundalini yoga from 7 Centers Yoga Arts in Sedona, AZ; and hatha yoga and yin yoga from 8 Limbs of Seattle. Her passion for teaching yoga is rooted in her belief that the practice of yoga prepares the mind and body for both the challenges and luminosity of life. Her classes aim to be accessible, rejuvenating, and full of joy.
What to Bring:
- yoga mat
- weather-appropriate clothing, layers, sunscreen, etc.
- Rain or excessive smoke will cancel this program. You will be refunded if this happens.
- There is a vault toilet at the parking lot.
Cost: $30 MNHC members, $35 non-members. You can add your MNHC membership to your order when you check out. Scholarships are available. Please call 406.327.0405.
What’s the refund policy?
The course fee is refundable if a cancellation is made up to 7 days before the event. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made after this deadline. In light of changes to programming due to novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Montana Natural History Center will make exceptions to its normal refund policy. These exceptions are as follows:
Any programs cancelled by the Montana Natural History Center are eligible for a full refund.
In the event a program fee can be rolled over to a following cycle or year, that offer will be made available to the paying program participant, and a spot will be reserved for the participant.
If a program is cancelled by a participant due to reasonable health and safety concerns from exposure risk to novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Montana Natural History Center will issue a full refund.
If any participant experiences major illness, injury, or loss of a family member prior to the start of a registered program the participant is eligible for a full refund.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Nope! We will have a list of all the attendees.