Sunday, September 27, 2020

january, 2020

This is a repeating event

24jan6:45 pm9:45 pmYogaFlix: A Film Series Exploring the Human Experience


Event Details

Join us for YogaFlix, a monthly film series that showcases intriguing documentaries exploring what it means to be human. Each month features a different documentary (not all films are about “yoga”) and supports a local nonprofit doing important work that contributes to making our community a safe, healthy, and exciting place to live.

Admission to each screening is donation-based (suggested donation of $10 recommended). With all proceeds supporting our partnering nonprofits. This is a great opportunity to take in interesting films, learn more about issues affecting your neighborhood, and support positive change at the local level.

Screenings will all take place in the main yoga studio at Full Circle Yoga & Therapy. Seating is a combination of floor and chair options. Yoga bolster pillows and other props are available for use on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants are encouraged to get comfy for a movie night and may bring blankets, movie snacks, & beverages in spill-proof containers.

Child care is not available during YogaFlix screenings. The suggested audience age is 14 , and we encourage parents to review film selections before choosing to bring their children. There is a lobby where parents with young children may take a break when needed.

doors open at 6:45 PM
intros begin at 7:00 PM
screening starts at 7:15 PM

Advance registration online at

Dates, Films & Partnering Nonprofits:

  • Friday, January 24th: Y Yoga Movie supporting Yoga Forward
  • Friday, February 21st: The Connection supporting the Rape Recovery Center
  • Friday, March 13th: The Crash Reel supporting LoveYourBrain Foundation
  • Friday, April 10th: Why We Breathe supporting HEAL Utah
  • Friday, May 8th: HUMAN supporting Love Lake City


(Friday) 6:45 pm - 9:45 pm


Full Circle Yoga & Therapy

1719 S Main Street


Full Circle Yoga & Therapy385-528-2950 1719 S Main Street

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