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    11/26/2019 03:30 PM      05:00 PM

    This event repeats every week on Tuesday until 12/31/2019

    Every Tuesday in the BCP theater, talks on a wide variety of subjects.
    To suggest a speaker contact talks@eventsboquete.org

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    11/26/2019 09:00 PM      10:00 PM

    This event repeats every week on Tuesday and Thursday until 12/31/2020

    Tuesday & Thursday: 4:00 pm
    Instructor: Joy Alexander
    "Hatha" is the term for the physical practice of yoga, as well as a style of yoga itself.  The main difference between a Hatha style class and a Vinyasa (Flow) style class is that Hatha tends to move at a slightly slower pace, not 'flowing' the movements together as one would in Vinyasa.  
    This class is based on physical postures ("asanas"), deep breathing, mindfulness and listening to the body.  The goal is to align, strengthen and promote flexibility in body, with an aim of leaving your practice feeling relaxed and balanced.  Traditional asanas are held in accurate alignment, as we make our way through standing, seated, and reclined postures, including twists, backbends, forward folds, and hip openers, etc. 
    This class is good for beginners, as well as more advanced practitioners.
    PRICE: Residents: $8.00 / Visitors: $10.00; mats and props provided.
    All classes are 60 minutes.
    LOCATION: A variety of yoga classes are held throughout the week in The Haven, Boquete's premiere spa & resort, located in Bajo Boquete.  The HAVEN SPA is located in Bajo Boquete. When entering town, look for the "Haven Spa" signs... the Haven is located just off the main road, tucked away in a blissful, natural setting. The Yoga Studio at has wooden floors, full length windows, and garden views. 
    INSTRUCTOR: Joy Alexander 
    Joy is is passionate about sharing her love of yoga with others.  Joy is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 500) and a Certified Massage Therapist (CMT).  She believes in the healing power of yoga, and that it is accessible to all of us -- at any age, or stage, of our lives.  Her teaching style is supportive, and is enriched by a knowledge of the physical and energetic bodies, which comes from her background in massage therapy and alternative healing modalities.
    Joy is the owner of Yoga Boquete.  You may find her on Facebook, or visit the YogaBoquete website online for more offerings, including her popular "Community Classes".  

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  3. 10

    11/26/2019 10:00 PM      11/27/2019 12:00 AM

    This event repeats every 2 weeks on Tuesday until 12/31/2019

    Boquete, Booze and  
                                                                     Starting Tuesday, June 11, 2019 from 5-7pm and repeats every 2 weeks on Tuesday.
                                                                                   At La Posada back room.  $1.00 beer special starting at 6pm.
                                                                                                          Cash prizes.  Fun for all!
                                                                         For more information contact Marc @ 6363-0479 or Linda @ 6716-1151.

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