25 Tuesday / February 25, 2020

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

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Vibe Yoga Studio
https://www.vibeyogastudio.com/upcoming-events

Interested in diving deeper into your yoga journey? Do you want to be a yoga instructor or maybe you want to start a full yoga practice even with no experience? The 200 hour teacher training a Vibe Yoga studio is for you!
WE want you to have an experience that is affordable for you. Sign up early and get a discount with us. You won’t want to miss this opportunity!

Fitness / Health

25 Tuesday / February 25, 2020

Intro To Barre

05:45 pm to 06:45 pm
Location: Caliente Fitness, Suite 1500
https://www.vibeyogastudio.com/

Barre classes combine elements of yoga, Pilates, and dance to create a fun and strengthening workout.This workshop is ideal for those new to Barre, no experience required! Explore the format through discussion and experimentation with exercises commonly found in Vibe’s Barre classes. A chance to ask questions and play, this workshop is designed with the total beginner in mind.

Fitness / Health

25 Tuesday / February 25, 2020

The Color Purple Pre-Show Talk by Valerie Grim

06:30 pm to 07:15 pm
Woodburn Hall 120
https://www.iuauditorium.com/events/detail/the-color-purple

The Color Purple: The Intersection of Art and Reality in the Presentation of Rural African American Life Prior to the Civil Rights Movement

Valerie Grim is a Professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies at Indiana University. She chaired the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies from 2004-2016. She has researched and published in the areas of twentieth and twenty-first century African American rural history. Her publications include a book titled “The Co-existent of White Paternalism and Black Self-Determinism in a Mississippi Delta Community 1910-1970” and an article titled “The Experience of Rural Women, Children, and Families of Color in U.S. and Global Communities”. She also conducts workshops and provides lectures about rural Black experiences in the United States and the African Diaspora as well as consulting on museums educational programs and exhibitions concerning history, race, politics, gender, culture and community, and life among rural Black peoples. She is the recipient of numerous grants and awards for scholarship, teaching, and engagement.

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