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Wed, Aug 23


Boal Mansion Trails

Wellness Wednesday: Yoga and Outdoor Mindfulness

At the Boal Mansion grounds. Presented by Stephanie Koller. Co-sponsored by the Centre County Community Diversity Group.

Wellness Wednesday: Yoga and Outdoor Mindfulness
Wellness Wednesday: Yoga and Outdoor Mindfulness

Dates & Times

Aug 23, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Boal Mansion Trails, 163 Boal Estate Dr, Boalsburg, PA 16827, USA

About the event

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Centred Outdoors will host free and guided events at the Boal Mansion grounds the week of August 20th. Our Wellness Wednesday activity will take place at this location on Wednesday August 23rd at 6:00 p.m. This week's activity is Yoga and Outdoor Mindfulness, presented by Stephanie Koller. Co-hosted by the Centre County Community Diversity Group.

Experience  the benefits of mindfulness in an outdoor setting. Take a peaceful and  powerful journey that integrates elements of yoga, qigong and sound  healing into one seamless practice. This class includes slow- flowing  movements, easy to follow postures, Tibetan sound healing/ chanting,  self-applied massage, breath work and a guided meditation. All ability  levels are welcome to attend.

About Stephanie Koller

Whether participating in outdoor mindfulness, an expressive arts workshop or one of Stephanie's mind/body classes, the focus is placed on observation through the eyes of curiosity. "As we move through various sensory experiences, we learn to cultivate and trust our own internal body-mind system. By bring awareness to our body’s sensations, feelings, chakras and inner rhythms, we can safely develop  our own personal and unique style. This inspires growth and change physically, mentally and spiritually leading to better overall health, happiness and stress management." Stephanie recently completed training to become a Pennsylvania Master Naturalist. Through this experience, she discovered the vital connection that exists between our local ecosystem and our daily living practices.  As a result, Stephanie now brings even more awareness to the strong relationship that exists between our bodies, mind and the natural world  around us. See more about Stephanie Koller at The Weather Vein.

About the Community Diversity Group

Since 2001, CDG has led the effort to attract and retain a diverse group  of individuals to share in fostering a community based on inclusion and  equity. The  Community Diversity Group is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) coalition with  representatives from the citizens of Centre County, businesses of Centre  County, employees of Penn State, local governments, and local non-profit organizations. The CDG offers training, consulting, and a monthly calendar of diversity events. See more at

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