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Mindful Yoga
Charlotte Bell - certified by
BKS Iyengar & Yoga Alliance
Salt Lake City.......(801) 355-2617
Tuesday 7:30-9a 5-6:30p
Wednesday 5:30-7p
Thursday 7:30-9a 5-6:30p

Yoga for every body. Charlotte Bell, E-RYT-500, Iyengar-certified yoga teacher began practicing yoga in 1982 and has taught classes throughout the intermountain West since 1986. She holds regular classes at the First Unitarian Church, 569 South 1300 East, in Salt Lake City. A longtime student of meditation, Charlotte's classes focus on mindful awareness and creating ease in traditional yoga poses. The atmosphere is friendly and non-competitive. Charlotte writes a monthly yoga column for Catalyst Magazine and is the author of the book Mindful Yoga, Mindful Life. Her second book, Yoga for Meditators, will be published by Rodmell Press in spring of 2011.

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Additional Categories:
Exercise & Movement Classes  [yoga, pilates]
Meditation  [meditate, relaxation, awareness]
Yoga  [mediation, wellness]
All levels
Private classes
Public classes

Certified by BKS Iyengar
Certified by iRest
Yoga Alliance E-RYT-500
Intermountain Iyengar Yoga
Yoga Alliance

ACCEPTS: Cash, Checks


Sustainability Statement
Mindful Yoga is located in a residential area, close to the University of Utah. Most of my students live and work in the area, making commuting by foot or bicycle easy. I walk to many of the classe, as do many of my students. Classes are scheduled to make use of natural light most of the year, and because classes are in an existing, multi-use facility, Mindful Yoga shares heating and electricity with others in the building. We utilize existing heat, and do not raise temnperatures in the room to create a hotter than usual environment. Depending on how it is practiced, yoga itself can be an expression of sustainability. As a teacher, I encourage students to practice sustainably by asking them to be aware of where they may be exerting unnecessary energy. A lot of extra energy is expended through forceful practice. I encourage students to make their practice about finding ease rather than accomplishing physical feats, so that their practice replenishes their vital energies rather than depleting them. In my experience, the intentions you create on the mat expand out into the world. Students say that awareness of sustainable yoga practice makes them more aware of how to bring sustainability into the rest of their lives.
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