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Yoga at Bold Rock Hard Cider, May 7th

Get yourself out into beautiful Nelson County and enjoy fresh air, enlivening yoga, and refreshing cider at All Levels Yoga at Bold Rock Hard Cider, Saturday, May 7th from 11:00am to 12:15pm. 

Bold Rock Hard Cider is housed in a gorgeous rustic timber frame barn overlooking the Rockfish River. The yoga class will look out on the bucolic Rockfish Valley landscape, and will be a great fit for beginners or more experienced students who enjoy a thoughtful, meditative pace. 

Tickets for the event are $25, and include the class and a cider tasting which will follow directly after. Please bring your own mat. This event is a fundraiser for Common Ground, and supports our organization’s mission to make health and wellness affordable and accessible in Charlottesville.

Pre-registration is required, and available from here. This event is capped at 50 participants, and we anticipate this event will sellout.

About Bold Rock Hard Cider:
Located in Nelson County near Nellysford, Virginia, the flagship Bold Rock Cider Barn opened in August 2014 and represents Bold Rock’s headquarters, center of operations and primary cider production facility. The ‘Chapel of Apple’ as it is affectionately known is a beautifully rustic timber frame barn overlooking the Rockfish River that utilizes locally sourced apples crushed and crafted in the Blue Ridge Mountains to create our award winning cider.

Where is Bold Rock?
1020 Rockfish Valley Highway (Rte. 151)
Nellysford, VA 22958

About Common Ground:
Common Ground Healing Arts is a wellness nonprofit located in downtown Charlottesville, VA committed to engaging the whole community in healthy living.

We offer yoga, massage, acupuncture and meditation on a sliding scale based on income, and take some of these services at no charge to public housing, low income nursing clinics, and the Fluvanna women’s prison.

As seen on a Sussex Directories Inc siteAbout the instructor, Kimberly Gladysz:
When Kimberly was 5 years old, she wore a hula skirt everyday for a month. Her love for dance and the waves continues. She loves the way yoga helps her to enjoy life more from the inside out. As a yogini, she has been practicing for the past 18 years with a strong and fluid foundation in ashtanga yoga with Richard Freeman, and has been teaching gentle vinyasa flow. As a mindful leadership coach, she presents stress management for resiliency programs for organizational development and wellbeing. She currently presents at the Federal Executive Institute and at corporate retreats  Kimberly loves her time with her friends, watching sunsets, and laughing.  You may see her work at www.leadingmindsatwork.com and www.livemusicyoga.com.