Klamath Falls, OR (PRWEB) March 1, 2007
Everett and Tracee Newell, founders of Divine Motion Yoga in Los Angeles and Dunsmuir have partnered with Mary Wright of Lotus Center for Yoga to bring donation yoga to Klamath Falls.
"Yoga is a practice that can truly enhance your life in a myriad of ways, both physical and mental. It shouldn't be a luxury and we are committed to making the practice of yoga available to everyone who wants to improve their health and well being" says Everett. When the Newell's had a chance meeting with Mary Wright who had opened Lotus Center in downtown Klamath Falls two years ago, they discovered they had a vision and intention in common. Not long after, the three decided to partner, and Divine Motion Klamath Falls was born. "The idea behind donation yoga is that we set a suggested donation for each class or workshop and students pay what they can afford" says Wright.
Tracee Newell,who is also a successful film producer having produced such films as The Whole Nine Yards and the upcoming Jennifer Lopez film Bordertown, is excited about the colloboration. "Yoga really is a wonderful way to bring balance to your life and I am excited to share my understanding of yoga with the Klamath Falls community"
The newly renamed Divine Motion Yoga (http://www.divinemotionyoga.com) has a spacious practice room; retail clothing/ gift shop and massage space. The studio will launch by starting with a Beginners Yoga Series that will run for 4 consecutive Saturdays starting March 24th. The new spring schedule will begin April 3rd with a full array of new classes of various levels, and styles including Pure Yoga (http;//pureyoga.com) style classes, Anusara- inspired yoga,Hatha, Gentle Lunchtime yoga and Ashtanga. A teachers training program is being scheduled for the fall.
Divine Motion Yoga is located at 125 S. 9th St. in Klamath Falls. 541 885 YOGA