Yoga Class Streamed Live Tomorrow (6/24) with Rodney Yee & Colleen Saidman.

Via on Jun 23, 2010

Gaiam Online: Yoga for the Masses.

Need a little yoga time but can’t get to the studio? Check out Gaiam‘s streaming yoga-cast tomorrow evening from your own home. Or, if you’re in the Denver/Boulder area and need to get out of the house, sign up to take the class live and in person. Details from Gaiam below.

On Thursday, June 24 Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman will stream their first-ever LIVE class on the web and YOU are invited! If you live in Colorado, 50 spots are available to take class in person! Sign up now!

We listened to your reactions to photos of our class with Rodney and Colleen earlier this year, and now we want to share this unique yoga experience with you. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to let Rodney and Colleen guide you through every breath and every pose.

The class is 90-min long, all-levels, and open to everyone, anywhere. Wherever you are in the world, we want you to join us!

Also, if you are in Colorado near the Denver/Boulder area, there are 50 spots available for local participants! Sign up to reserve your spot at http://www.gaiamyogaclub.com/live-signup

What You Need To Know – Live on the Web

When: Thursday, June 24, 2010 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. MDT / 8:00-9:30 p.m. EDT

Where: http://www.gaiamyogaclub.com/live

How: Live on the web via Ustream

Need help with viewing? Visit http://www.ustream.tv/support-center

What You Need To Know – Local Participants

Space: 50 available spots

Where: Class is on-site at Gaiam in Louisville, CO

BYOM: Bring your own mat and props (blocks and straps, if you have them)

How: Register to confirm and reserve your place (required)

Sign-Up: http://www.gaiamyogaclub.com/live-signup

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