Past Meetup

Open Community Yoga with Tim Walker

This Meetup is past

3 people went

Every week on Wednesday

Forum de Freedom at CMU

100 E. Maple St. Suite B · Bellingham, wa

How to find us

The Forum is located inside the Center for Mindful Use in downtown Bellingham, directly behind Satori cannabis boutique. Please use CMU’s separate side entrance, located kitty-corner to 1111 Cornwall Avenue. Just over The Rainbow Bridge.

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Details

All-levels yoga postures and teachings for the everyday person. Come learn the practice of yoga in simple language.

Yoga is a practice that helps us access a state of integration and wholeness inside ourselves. It is not just for the flexible, although it will build flexibility. It is not just for the meditator, although it will teach you to meditate. If you can breathe, you can practice yoga.

Please bring your own mat. Props are available. Please show up on time. Doors will be locked soon after our practice begins to minimize disturbance.

Drop-ins welcome. The class is free with inspired love donations gratefully accepted. ($10 suggestion.)

Meets every Wednesday.

Please check mindfuluse.org for schedule changes. RSVP if you'd like to receive an automatic update.

Guided by Tim Walker.

"Since August 2012 I have been cultivating deeply devoted yoga and meditation practices. A Teacher Training Program soon followed as a way to unlock more doors to Self realization and Love. Yoga and Ayurvedic health continue to gift me ever expanding and amazing tools to work with on Life's path. In offering Yoga to our community, I enjoy instructing all ages and levels, with most emphasis on Alignment based, Gentle Flow and Restorative classes. My intention is to show up with authenticity in every moment, allowing space for others to Behold just who they are."

You can read more about Tim and his yoga journey at:
http://www.whatcomtalk.com/2018/06/14/tim-walker-finding-change-through-yoga/

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Unless otherwise noted, events sponsored by CMU are “Canna-friendly,” that is that our instructors neither encourage nor discourage cannabis use, but encourage guests to show up as they are. Please note that the use of cannabis while on CMU property is not currently permitted.