5 Wednesday / October 5, 2016

Hatha Yoga on Wednesdays


Unity of Bloomington, 4001 S. Rogers Street, Bloomington
http://www.unityofbloomington.org

The class is taught by Carli Astell who has been teaching yoga since 2002. Her classes consist of ashtanga inspired hatha yoga, and vinyasa yoga I and II. In her class the goal is to have fun, be free, and spread love. The class is great for beginners and practiced yogis alike. All levels are welcome and encouraged.

5 Wednesday / October 5, 2016

Btown✭Kiz (Bloomington Kizomba)

08:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Windfall Dancers
http://www.bloomingtonkizomba.com

Btown✭Kiz (Bloomington Kizomba)✭✭✭Btown Kiz is Bloomington’s weekly Kizomba dance lesson, social, & community builder. We aim to share the love of Kizomba dancing and we invite you to join this new dance revolution.✭✭✭

Want to learn to dance? Social Partner Dancing is the easiest and most popular. It is social and interactive. Be courageous and come join all the other new people we have every week. Btown✭Kiz is Bloomington’s local Kizomba dance group. They seek to spread the love of Kizomba dancing by foster a community of dancers who are desiring to learn and have fun.

✭Bloomington Kizomba✭ weekly lesson + social dancing!
❤ 1 hour Lesson + 1 hour Social dancing
[You learn in the lesson but then you ‘Actually’ learn in the Social]
❤ 1st time dancers welcome every week, we always teach the basics because the fundamentals behind Kizomba rely heavily upon understanding the basic movements of the dance

➤WHAT: Kizomba lesson followed by social dancing
**new dancers welcome every week**
➤WHEN: 8:00 – 10:00 pm Wednesdays
➤WHERE: Windfall Dancers 1101 N Dunn St., Bloomington, IN
➤PRICE: $5 (cash only)

www.bloomingtonkizomba.com
www.facebook.com/groups/BtownKiz/

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