Kristel Wonderly stopped by to tout a new class at the Indigo Wellness Center that she's teaching. It's called XXL-ent Yoga, and it's being offered once weekly for folks who don't fit the typical yoga mold. It's hard to escape the media image of yoga participants, Wonderly said. "It's intimidating with all those young, bendy girls," she said. "As a yoga teacher we see students all the time struggling to conform to that image."
Kick off the holiday season at the Liberty House Holiday Soiree, set for Friday, Dec. 1, at Illahe Hills Country Club, 3376 Country Club Drive S.Scott Mills and Adrienne Christian were dressed all spiffy when they came to Holding Court to tell us about the shindig, which is black tie optional. Save the ugly sweater for the company party, folks. The night, which begins at 6 p.m. and runs until 10 p.m., will feature food, dancing, drinks and live music from DesignBand.
Kaye Floyd came by Holding Court to get the word out about the restorative and Hatha yoga classes she teaches at Indigo Wellness Center, 320 Liberty St. SE. Restorative yoga is held each Sunday from 5:45 to 7 p.m. Hatha yoga is held Fridays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.Floyd told us that Hatha yoga is the style yoga novices are probably most familiar with. See it on TV or social media? You’ve most likely seen Hatha.
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