I’m happy to announce that Aqua Yoga in the pool will continue starting Sunday’s in October, 9-10am at the beautiful Monona Grove Pool in Monona. Session 1 starts October 23rd and runs 5 weeks. Drop-in $12. Punch pass 5 classes for $50. Please feel free to pass along to others. Contact me for more info and to sign up for the class. Have a cool and relaxing day!!
Sunday, August 7, 9:30-11am (no experience needed)
Bond with other Yogis and join me for the magical summertime experience of Stand-Up Paddle Board Yoga (SUP Yoga). It’s as close as you can get to walking on water and it’s lots and lots of fun! You get on the board, you leave your ego behind and let the practice take you wherever its going to take you…and sometimes that’s overboard and into a great opportunity to laugh it off. When you get off the water you’ll feel rejuvenated and empowered and connected to each other and nature. Cost: $40. (Perennial members receive a 10% discount)
Meet at: Brittingham Boats, 701 Brittingham Place, Madison, WI 53715
Sign up at www.perennial-yoga.com or call 608-288-8448 to reserve your spot on the board. Class is limited to 14 people.
Save the date, Tuesday July 26th, 6-7 and come join me at BOS Meadery for a sparkling evening of music, aroma flow yoga ending with refreshing mead using local Wisconsin honey. It’s a sweet honeyed event you don’t want to miss! Space is limited to 8. Please send me a message if you’d like to attend and I’ll save you a spot on the mat. Cost $15. Cheers!
Location: 849 East Washington Avenue
Splash your way into an invigorating and low-impact aquatic exercise by applying the movements of yoga in water. You’ll strengthen and tone your muscles while enjoying a fun new class with fellow yoga enthusiasts. Aqua yoga is a calm and soothing experience and is ideal for anyone recovering from an injury, who struggles with balance or wants to enjoy a fun twist on traditional yoga. Monona Community Pool, Sunday mornings, 9:30-11am. Adult resident $4 drop-in, non-resident $5.
Come enjoy early morning practice of Stand-up Paddleboad on beautiful Lake Delton in Wisconsin Dells Saturday, August 13, 9:30-11am. Afterwards we’ll dock and drive by car or float on paddle board to have a lunch at the Rivina Bay Bar & Grill, a favorite casual lake spot at 11:30am. It’s going to be a wet n wild adventure! $35 includes paddle-board, brief paddling instruction and yoga on the board. Class is limited to 14 due to board rental. If you own a board, $20 for class.
Maureen Hebl adds surprising variation to the traditional practice of yoga. (04:28)
Wisconsin Life on Wisconsin Public Television
Broadcast on April 15, 2014
What’s SUP? It’s time for Aqua Yoga! Come and join me this summer on Friday nights, June 6th through August 29th, 6:30-8pm for a warming, relaxing practice of yoga out on the water. It’s a great way to unwind from your work week and a surprise event will be announced at the end of class. Sign up at www.wingraboats.com and let the summer fun begin!
This Saturday, November 9th, 3pm I’ll be volunteering to lead a yoga session in the Chazen Museum of Art lobby as part of the art, movement, and meditation series. It is open to the public so please come by, invite … Continue reading
Rev up your yoga practice by stepping out of your routine and trying one of these yoga practices around Madison. Then mark your calendars for next summer and enjoy yoga on the paddle board. Until then, see you for classes in the indoors.
October 10, 2013 11:30 am • LINDSAY CHRISTIANS | The Capital Times | email@example.com
STAND UP PADDLEBOARD
Some yoga experimentation is more weather sensitive. During summer months, local instructor Maureen Hebl teaches stand up paddleboard yoga on Lake Wingra partnering with Wingra Boats and with Rutabaga on Lake Monona. (By fall, she heads indoors to teach a series of classes at the Monona Community Center.)
Stand up paddleboard yoga, or “SUP,” “gives you the feeling and appearance of walking on water, like you’re floating on a yoga mat,” Hebl wrote on her Facebook page.
This summer, Hebl was featured in a special called “Yoga Afloat” on Wisconsin Public Television.
“What I try to bring to my classroom is meditative stillness, to slow down our minds,” she said on the program. “What a wonderful thing to take your practice from the indoors, outdoors.”
Hebl learned to paddleboard several years ago. At first, she thought taking her yoga practice to the lake wasn’t possible.
“It’s such a playful fun thing to do,” she said on WPT. “It was a lot easier than I thought … it becomes a part of you. You’re connecting with nature.”
Haven’t tried padding or yoga out on the water this summer? Now is the time to jump on board and get out on the water for SUP Yoga this Sunday, August 18, 9-11am. Fee of $40 includes rental of paddle … Continue reading