Yoga Fundraiser!

Musical Yogis: A Yoga Class for the Entire Family 

A Fundraising Event for Inside the Orchestra

Join Inside the Orchestra for a Family Yoga Experience!
Come and immerse yourself in a delightful blend of yoga poses and enchanting melodies, where movement is synchronized with the rhythm of live orchestral music. Designed for ages 3 and up.
Highlights of the Event:
• Energizing yoga session suitable for the whole family
• Live music to enhance relaxation and elevate your practice
• Fun-filled class promoting mindfulness and connection
• Experienced instructor guiding you every step of the way
• Child-friendly introduction to Social/Emotional concepts including: self-management, self-awareness, emotional articulation, and more

We recommend to bring your own mats, towel, water bottle, and any yoga essentials needed.

Donation Class. Limited spots available. Reservation required.

Saturday May 4, 2024
Hosted in Partnership with International School of Denver
@ International School of Denver

10:00 – 10:45 am

Saturday May 11, 2024
@ Washington Park Early Learning Center

10:00 – 10:45 am

**Yoga mats and yoga equipment will not be provided**

Meet Our Instructors

Enchanté has been teaching yoga for nearly a decade – to adults, young adults, and elementary school children. She enjoys music, especially live music, at the Fillmore Auditorium, where she has worked for 9 years. She has two young children, ages 7 and 3. Enchanté thinks of herself as silly and loves movement. Her students love her for her vibrant energy, sense of humor, and adventurous spirit. 

Melora Bentz walked into her first Denver studio yoga class in 2005 and was immediately hooked. She started teaching in 2009 in CorePower Yoga studios across Denver, gradually adding private instruction to individuals and organizations. Her classes are known for their musicality, the mind-breath-body connection, and intentional theming. Melora’s favorite aspect of teaching is encouraging students to tune into the oneness of our existence and to let go of titles, the ego, and other constructs that inhibit us from seeing ourselves in others. 

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