Butterfly Wonderland hosts ‘Yoga in the Rainforest’ class

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAButterfly Wonderland invites guests to a “Yoga in the Rainforest” experience on Tuesday, Jan. 13, featuring all levels of Vinyasa-based yoga geared toward connecting breath with movement.

Butterfly WonderlandThe class is taught by Rhiannon Ritchey, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Butterfly Wonderland is located at 9500 E. Via de Ventura in Scottsdale.

After taking a few moments to settle in and enjoy the scenery, students will be guided through a series of yoga postures that will build strength and flexibility.

Modifications and adjustments will be offered so any level of student will feel supported. Breathing and meditation techniques throughout the class will allow students to find peace and steadiness within their personal practice.

Students will be invited to enjoy the beauty of butterflies while connecting to the beauty within.  This class is recommended for ages 18 years and older.

Rhiannon Ritchey is a 200-hour certified yoga teacher who has had a personal yoga practice for nine years.  As an ocean conservationist, Rhiannon has spent several years hoping to inspire others to appreciate and protect nature.  Now, she takes her love for the natural world onto the mat hoping to inspire her students to find their own inner light.

Cost is $20 per person per class (class size limited to 20). Pre-registration and payment required.

Proceeds benefit the Butterfly Wonderland Foundation.

To register, contact 480-800-3000, ext. 207.  For more information about the class, visit the website at http://www.butterflywonderland.com

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