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Challenge yourself at Indianapolis' St Francis Yoga, a great spot for beginners and advanced students alike.
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Franklin's historic Alva Neal Building once clattered with the footsteps of generations of high schoolers as the hurried through the halls between classes. Although the high school is now closed, the building still plays host to educators: the instructors of Peaceful Heart Yoga. Founded as a co-op by people passionate about spreading yoga's healing power, the studio now welcomes students to classes held five days a week. Some come for the beginner Hatha classes, which impart the basics of yoga practices to beginners. Others head to Yin Yoga classes, where slow, deliberate poses add flexibility and strength to the body's connective tissue. Whatever their chosen class, students pursue their goals in a community-minded studio filled with the encouragement and instructor necessary to open minds as well as strengthen bodies.
Motus Dance Theatre sends its ensemble pirouetting through the walls of convention and into the city's auditoriums, libraries, and art museums. With performances such as Pairings—a series of six dances inspired by six wine and gourmet food matchups—the nonprofit company translates imaginative contexts into spectacles of movement. Its reputation for novelty stems from a mission to disperse the arts throughout the public sphere without putting tutus on every streetlight. By hiring up-and-coming choreographers, planning site-specific installations, and collaborating with other entertainers, the theatre brings continuously evolving dance presentations to the community.
Motus is by no means exclusive: its classes and workshops welcome participants of all backgrounds to enhance their bodily awareness. Lessons from highly trained instructors cover techniques from yoga poses to burlesque pivots, and focus on finding confidence regardless of age or build.
Inspired by their training with Swami Rama—the founder of the Himalayan Institute—Carol and Charles Crenshaw motivate students to deepen the connection between their bodies and minds at Inner Peace Yoga Center. At their nonprofit studio, Carol and Charles strive to honor Swami Rama by cultivating a sanctuary for relaxation and self-discovery through meditation and yoga classes. Six levels of yoga classes help beginners and experienced yogis alike to build strength and relieve tension, encouraging them to work at their own pace. During meditation classes, the focus is solely on the mind. Patrons drift into a meditative state to quiet anxiety over the day’s tasks or worries about dinosaurs re-emerging from extinction. A core focus on community drives the center, with community-centered events bringing people together for pasta cookouts, in-depth workshops, and community-service initiatives.