Clayton Yoga presents at the St Louis Art Fair

The stage is set again for Michelle Maue to present a 30 minute free public yoga class for all participants interested.  Each attendee will be asked to practice a variety of accessible and very relaxing yoga poses.  Everyone is welcome no matter what your background or level.

The 2012 ST LOUIS ART FAIR will be held in downtown Clayton this year September 7-9th, 2012.  Michelle will give her demonstration on Saturday, September 8th from 7:30-8:00 and Sunday, September 9th again from 7:30-8:00 am!

Michelle Maue is currently leading her 3rd teacher training in Grenada, West Indies.  She has taught a variety of yoga as an instructor now for over 14 years and enjoys leading a class at the ST. LOUIS ART FAIR because there are over 60,000 attendees present throughout the weekend to view and purchase great art.  Michelle will present a specific sequence which helps reduce stress and improve natural immunities and a more youthful, and vibrant glow to the skin, face and the body.  She will also demonstrate how to breath correctly and show students how they can practice deep breathing wherever they may be.

“Michelle’s yoga is based on the abundance of the spirit and her dedication encourages me to make my own choices, thus empowering my life” Maureen Hughes

“Michelle’s style of teaching is non-dogmatic, inspiring and confrontational.  Her honesty and courage motivates me to live according to my highest good” Linda Ball

The ART FAIR is such an exciting place to be! Artists from all over the country spend all day Thursday setting up their booths.

There are pottery makers, painters, sculptors, and even hand crafted items such as wood boxes, and textile jackets. I think St. Louis is a fabulous town, however, a bit conservative so when the Artists arrive, it creates for me such a feeling of equilibrium and balance.

Plus the presenters of the art fair, namely Cindy Lerrick does a terrific job keeping up with 3 simultaneous stage presentations of dancers, singers, and comedians. Finally, there is of course one street blocks off completely for food and beverage and local choice picks from St. Louis come in and serve up a nice hearty snack and dessert. Before the show begins, all 5 blocks in downtown Clayton become completely closed off the any surrounding traffic or automobiles, so you may just stroll around or take your time eye balling a beautiful piece of art.

Please come out and join us for this fantastic event!


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