Classes are donation based (except those offered by Wyoming Yoga). The Table pays our certified teachers. Advance registration is requested. We pass your donations to other rising non-profits: the Casper Mural Project, the Casper Community Greenhouse Project. This year we will also be taking your donations beyond Wyoming to support Ukrainian refugees.
Yoga on the Labyrinth is a vital service to Casper. We are pioneer leaders in providing comprehensive outdoor wellness programming and sacred placemaking.
We are currently held by The Table, a dinner church, 501c(3) nonprofit. Classes are held at the riverside labyrinth, along the river path, and Casper Mountain. The park that houses the labyrinth is Amoco Park on The Platter River Trails, our space provider. The Circle (labyrinth) is known as the Bart Rea Learning Circle. 1155 W. 1st Street, Casper, WY 82604
Yoga on the Labyrinth is a grassroots wellness and arts program operated primarily at The Bart Rea Learning Circle on the river. We offer free Qigong, Yoga, Meditation, Fitness, Kids Yoga, Storytelling, Science, Nature, Coaching & Art experiences to all.
Elliott Ramage began the idea alongside his dream of The Bart Rea Learning Circle on the river. He started with a weekly yoga class in his backyard in 2013. It grew and moved to Tate Pumphouse in 2014. In 2015, the labyrinth (also known as The Circle), and officially as The Bart Rea Learning Circle was constructed by volunteers 2015.
In 2016, Elliott started adding other programming to fulfill the vision of the sacred space on the river, kid’s yoga, exploring nature, storytelling, Qigong, Tai Chi, art, and outdoor fitness. The offerings continue to vary with Plein Air Painting and adult coaching coming this year to fulfill the dream. Class donations have been taken to help fledgling nonprofits with great intentions such as The Casper Mural Project, The Good Food Hub, and The Casper Greenhouse Project among others.
The program runs from Tuesday, May 31, and concludes on Saturday, September 17 with Casper’s Solabration and International Day of Peace. Solabration has brought in up to 300 people from around the world and international level guest speakers such as Yellowbird Native American dancers and respected author and spiritual teacher don Jose Ruiz. . All classes are at The Bart Rea Learning Circle except the mountain class which starts at Rotary Park and uses different avenues of The Bridle Trail.