KIND YOGA AT BASE CAMP
Friday, May 18 – Monday, May 21
Join us for one or all four of the free yoga classes offered over the weekend.
These classes are for all yoga abilities – come and give it a try!
Dates & Times
- Friday, May 18 / Time: 4:30-5:30 p.m. / KIND Yoga with Colleen
- Saturday, May 19 / Time: 8–9 a.m. / KIND Yoga with Colleen
- Sunday, May 20 / Time: 9-10:30 a.m. / Flow Yoga for Active People with Julie-Anne & Hailey of Bear Paw Yoga
- Monday, May 21 / Time: 9-10 a.m. / KIND Yoga with Colleen
Location: At the GO Fest base camp tent in Olympic Plaza
How to register: Just drop in, 15 minutes before class starts
What should the participants bring?
- Bring your yoga mat or there is a limited supply available to borrow.
- Ideal clothing is athletic wear, easy to flow and move around in.
- Please bring layers as this is an outdoor class.
Thank you KIND for providing healthy snacks after each GO Fest yoga class.
At KIND, we believe that you don’t need to choose between health and taste when it comes to snacking. We use high-quality, delicious ingredients that taste good, energize you and help keep you satisfied. Find KIND Healthy Snacks at GO Fest from May 18-21 or click here for a complimentary $1 off coupon. Give KIND a Try.
About Colleen Felgate
Colleen Felgate has over 3000 hours of teacher training in Ashtanga, Inyengar, Yin, Anusara and Yoga for Trauma and has been teaching for over 14 years.
Colleens style is more anatomy based. She likes using detailed and precise cues while also creating a safe, fun and entertaining environment.
She has also trained in Yoga Therapy, Thai Massage and Pilates and incorporates many of these techniques within each yoga class she teaches to help those students with various injuries and ailments.
She is best known for her Yoga Pilates Flow; a style she created which focuses on alignment, the breath and engaging the deeper core muscles.
She continues to be an avid student of anatomy, which she uses to help students get the most from their practice and yet she also takes her students on a journey; one in which they connect with balance & breath, strength & flexibility, stillness & laughter, silence and song. Ultimately creating mindfulness and awareness is her goal.
About Julie-Anne Roy and Hailey Smith
Julie-Anne and Hailey are now calling Whistler their home. They met each other through yoga, and became friends, sharing yoga practices, outdoors activities and social time. These two love to laugh and take life lightly as it comes. Join them for an experience of yoga that will leave you feeling light and joyful!