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Sunrise Yoga at First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park

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Sunrise Yoga at First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park

Open your mind, heart and soul with some Sunrise Yoga at First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park!

More info from a press release below:

(Ulm, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) will host a Sunrise Yoga class at First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park on Saturday, June 9  8:00 am.

 

Renew your mind and rejuvenating your body with Sunrise Yoga.  Join yoga teacher and therapist, Pamela Joe Quinn for a very spiritual yoga class at the top of First Peoples Buffalo Jump. All experience levels are welcome. Participants will meet at the visitor center then travel to the top of the jump. Bring your own mats or ones will be provided for a small fee.

 

In case of rain, the class will be held in the Visitor Center. To pre-register, call (406) 866-2217. Class size is limited to 20 individuals if held indoors. Cost of the class is $4 per person.

 

Pamela Joe Quinn is the owner of Yoga for Wellness located in Great Falls.

 

When: Saturday, June 9, 2018 at 8:00 am.

 

Where: First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park – Upper Visitor Area (continue past the visitor center 2.5 miles)

 

The park is 3.5 miles north of Ulm, just off of Interstate 15 at Exit 270.

For directions or more information about First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park visit:

http://stateparks.mt.gov/first-peoples-buffalo-jump/

 

For more information contact Alice Southworth, First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park Ranger, (406) 866-2217 or alice.southworth@mt.gov .

 

First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park is one of the largest buffalo jumps in North America. The visitor center and interpretive trails tell the story of the people, the animals and the landscape of the buffalo culture. In 2014, more than 17,000 people visited this state park.

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