Yoga classes are now as close as a neighborhood park or local beach.
More yoga instructors are moving some of their classes from the studio to a lakeshore or a garden.
Taking yoga outdoors not only offers a change of scenery, but provides other benefits, like a healthy dose of vitamin D through sunshine, said Aislynn Schacht, a yoga instructor at Big Foot Recreation Department, who's been teaching yoga at Country Club Estates Beach in Fontana for four years.
A popular class at True Studio in Janesville is Fetch and Stretch, held at Palmer Park in the city, which lets participants bring their dogs along.
"The pets get an hour of undistracted attention and people get to bond with their dogs," said Stefanie Kuerscher, owner of True Studio.
PALMYRA -- Rushing Waters primarily raises and processes trout for the restaurant industry, but in the past few years, the owners have added a restaurant to the business.
They are taking advantage of a growing trend in agritourism. Read about it HERE.
The Trout House has been featured on "The Wisconsin Foodie" television program. Fritsch, who has been with the fish farm for 20 years, said that same mentality of sourcing your food super locally is true for consumers as well as chefs.
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater students helping clean up Oak Hill Cemetery and Rockport park on April 21st. Students washed headstones, cleaned brush, and refreashed paint in need areas.
A group of disabled veterans pose for a photograph April 3 at the Reno, Nevada, airport after arriving from Dallas-Fort Worth. The group was going on a ski trip after completing a rigorous nine-week program through the Adaptive Training Foundation.
The pilot on the flight was Tim Schmidt, who lives in Elkhorn. Schmidt said flying the veterans was one of the greatest honors of his career.
"I know my entire flight crew was emotionally touched by the experience," Schmidt said. "Seeing firsthand the incredible attitude demonstrated by all our vets will be a memory that will last a lifetime."
Alpine Valley photo gallery of past concerts held in its 37,000 capacity venue. Alpine Valley will have no concerts for the 2017 season, here is a look back a photographic musical montage of mighty musicians.
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