Yoga Eagle ID
Yoga is a traditional mental and physical discipline that originated in India. It is generally known as a form of exercise that consists of many specific, often intense or advanced, stretches, poses and breathing exercises, but is also often associated with the meditation practices of certain religions, such as Hindu and Buddhism.
Mom and baby yoga classes are a bonding opportunity for mom and baby during the postpartum period. These classes may involve baby massage and they help to increase breath awareness, strengthen abdominals, release tension and reduce stress for the mom. See below for local yoga studios in Eagle, ID that give access to qualified mom and baby yoga instructors.
Power yoga is based on the Ashtanga style of yoga. It is a vigorous, fitness-based approach to yoga that involves going through a series of asana, or yoga poses in constant movement. Below you will find related articles and yoga studios in Eagle, ID that give access to qualified power yoga instructors.
Yoga training and exercise can not only help build strength, flexibility and endurance, but is also a method of relaxation and meditation. It is also often cited as a natural remedy for many common physical ailments and disorders.
NNU Baseball 2011 Players Camp
Dates: 2/25/2026 – 2/25/2026
Northwest Nazarene University, Johnson Sports Center Nampa
311E. Dewey Ave.
The NNU Baseball Program will be hosting its annual "Players Camp" on February 25-26. This is an overall skills camp that will help players to prepare for the upcoming season, all instruction at the camp will be done by current NNU players. Each camper attending will receive a pair of batting gloves. The camp will be held at the Johnson Sports Center at NNU and will run from 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. on the 25th and 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on the 26th. The cost of the camp is $79.00. Please go to www.nnusports.com to see and print the camp brochure or call Coach Schaffner at 208-467-8824 for more information.