DISCOVER YOUR CENTER WITH THE KENTUCKY CENTER’S FREE YOGA SERIES
The Kentucky Center for the Arts is offering a summer Yoga series, free and open to the public.
The Kentucky Center's #FreeYogaFriday series is set to resume June 5 as part of the Center's Arts in Healing program. Classes are free and open to the public.
Fridays, June 5- August 28
12-1 p.m. (Must sign-in by 11:50)
The Kentucky Center’s Main Lobby
501 W. Main Street, Louisville 40202
Class attendees should bring a mat and water. Instructor Jamie Calzi is certified as a 200 hour, registered yoga instructor. Calzi teaches regularly in Louisville and is excited to share the joy of Yoga with others in our community through The Kentucky Center. The Kentucky Center Summer Yoga Series is offered free of charge to the community.
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ABOUT THE KENTUCKY CENTER ARTS IN HEALING PROGRAM:
Arts in Healing provides artist residencies and on-going arts programming of instrumental music, vocal music, storytelling, dance, drama, poetry-writing and the visual arts to patients in local healthcare facilities, including Our Lady of Peace, Nazareth Home, The Robley Rex VA Medical Center, Frazier Rehabilitation Institute, Volunteers of America, The James Graham Brown Cancer Center, and the Home of the Innocents. The Kentucky Center’s Arts in Healing program is made possible with support from The Humana Foundation and the Kentucky Center for the Arts Endowment Fund. Additional support is provided by The Disabled Veterans National Foundation, Kosair Charities and WHAS Crusade for Children.