What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Bo Yoga is the only yoga class that uses the versatile, stable and flexible Bo staff to assist with posture, alignment and balance.
Bo yoga also draws upon the ancient wisdom of Tai Chi with stabilizing stances, breathing exercises and mindful movements.
Bo Yoga is easy to learn for beginners.
Exercise is challenging. How do you keep clients motivated and engaged?
The most common problems with exercise motivation is that the program is too hard, too easy or too boring.
Bo Yoga will allow none of these by adapting and tailoring each routine to the students in the class to make sure each person is equally challenged, supported and having a good time!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
(Founder and instructor Nate Guadagni) I have been teaching yoga and Tai Chi full time for the last ten years and I saw people struggling to get the full benefit of these programs.
When I saw the huge advantage of using a Bo staff in class I was intrigued, when I saw the results I knew it worked.
What do you love most about your job?
I love hearing the stories of my students who have improved their lives as a result of Bo yoga.
One student who was a retired doctor had been trying to treat a painful hip bustitis for years and after only 2 months of classes was pain free.
These stories make me so grateful to teach full time.
David Minor Theater’s two large projection screens broadcast new releases, classics, and cult films, but there's just as much appeal happening off-screen. One example: the front row of Theater One, where a long spread of plush couches stands in for typical movie seats. Then, of course, there’s The Livingroom Theater, an aptly named 16-person screening room outfitted with recliners, couches, and state-of-the-art sound.
Other creature comforts abound. The theater serves apps and entrees from local restaurants such as Café Lucky Noodle, The Jackalope Lounge, and Granary Pizza, not to mention local and seasonal beers from Ninkasi and Hop Valley, all of which guests can enjoy inside the theater during the show. Moveable tables at the end of the aisles also make eating or folding laundry during films a breeze. Moviegoers can even text their food or drink order to a special number and have it brought to them so they don't miss any of the film.
Every year, revelers gather in the forest of the Pacific Northwest to "experience the magic of the realm." Faerieworlds brings together music acts from around the globe, including celtic rock bands, folk trios, didgeridoo prodigies, ghost cellists, and more ethereal artists. Under bright lights and twinkling stars, audiences shed their inhibitions to dance, commune, eat, drink, and find new friends during the three-day celebration.
Faerieworlds, a soft footprint event, reduces its impact on the physical world by using environmentally sound practices and encouraging audiences to do the same. Organic and vegetarian food vendors fill the bellies of hungry guests, and afterward they can employ the onsite glass, paper, and plastic recycling programs. A rideshare program helps save gas, and 100% green electrical power reduces the footprint more effectively than building a massive megaphone in front of every stage.
Listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, the McDonald Theatre has enjoyed a long, strange history since its establishment in 1925. Originally a community playhouse equipped with both a stage and a screen, the theater found new life in the 1950s when One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest author and psychedelic pioneer Ken Kesey began presenting free cartoons there every Saturday morning. The McDonald spent the next six or so decades as a movie house exclusively, but in 2001, the Kesey family returned, producing concerts and community events under the theater’s enormous proscenium arch. Kesey Enterprises finally purchased the time-weighted stage in 2009, and today the building hosts events ranging from high-school proms to reggae concerts to plumbing-fixture lifting contests.
Bijou Art Cinemas in Eugene plays all the latest movies and sells concession food that is great to munch on.
No matter what you're hungry for, the menu at this theater promises the perfect dish for you.
Let the kids come too! Little ones love the activities at this theater just as much as their parents do.
Breathe fresh air as you take advantage of the open-air screenings of your favorite movies at Bijou Art Cinemas.
Bijou Art Cinemas is conveniently close to a parking lot.
Rainy day? Head on over to Regal Valley River 15 in Eugene and check out that film you have been dying to see.
Check out the restaurant at this theater for a delicious meal.
Both the young and the young-at-heart will dig the family-oriented activities and atmosphere at this theater.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.