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Start your week with us-- with Monday night yoga at the Rayback Collective. We think it's important to stay grounded, especially at the beginning of a busy week. We also
Start your week with us– with Monday night yoga at the Rayback Collective. We think it’s important to stay grounded, especially at the beginning of a busy week. We also think it’s important to connect with friends and neighbors for support, inspiriation, and a reminder that we’re all in this together!
Class is great for yogis (and non-yogis) of all levels. Yes, even you, the unflexible one. And some of Boulder’s best food trucks and beverages await after class. We’ve got extra mats if you need one.
Class happens every Monday from 6:00pm-7:00pm at the Rayback Collective, near Valmont and 28th. For busy nights, additional parking is located in the Tebo plaza, just north of the Rayback, off of 28th st.
Tickets are $18, which includes a beer, cider or kombucha after class. 5-class packages are also available for $65 and redeemable at weekly All Terrain Yoga classes at The Rayback, Sanitas Brewing, or the Boulder Farmer’s Market.
The center of our galaxy contains the nearest supermassive black hole, a pit in space time with a mass four million times that of our sun. At the black hole’s
The center of our galaxy contains the nearest supermassive black hole, a pit in space time with a mass four million times that of our sun. At the black hole’s core, lies the greatest concentration of stars and interstellar gas in the entire Milky Way. Forming and dying stars, magnetic fields, supernova explosions and accretion-fed outbursts of the black hole create a cauldron of energetic activity at its galactic center. Studies of this extreme astronomical environment have led to a better understanding of processes in our universe’s early history.
Speaker: Dr. John Bally is a member of the Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences (APS) and the Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy (CASA) at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Dr. Bally is on the Spitzer space observatory warm mission which monitors approximately 200 nearby galaxies for luminous infrared flares. The mission has discovered embedded supernovae and an entirely new class of infrared-only transients with luminosities between novae and supernovae— some of which may be events like Orion.
(Monday) 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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