30-Year Anniversary Celebration: The Yoga Connection
Priscilla Potter and Tony Redhouse
photo by Kollin Lockamy
The Yoga Connection will be celebrating 30 years of service on November 11 and 12, offering an opening keynote and performance by Tony Redhouse, free classes, refreshments, qi boosts (for nominal fee), door prizes (to first 100 attendees) and raffles. Devotees and newbies alike are welcome to explore what yoga has to offer at one of Tucson’s well-watered and nourished studios, which is celebrating 30 years of nonprofit service to the community.
Priscilla Potter, Swami Maha-tarananda, founder and director, keeps the studio true to its philosophy of “yoga for all”, offering free classes, classes by donation, classes and workshops offered on a sliding scale and other offerings at reasonable prices. Some of their varied offerings include children’s yoga, prenatal yoga and free yoga for veterans and active service men and women. There truly is something for everyone. Not only does The Yoga Connection have free and discounted offerings, but they also provide mats, bolsters, blocks, straps and blankets for use while practicing at the studio, at no extra charge.
Location: 3929 E. Pima St., Tucson. For more information, call 520-323-1222 or visit YogaConnection.org.