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Join our aspiring yoga teacher trainees for a free class at both locations.


Sunday 5/1      5:30-6:45pm      Vinyasa 1/2          David Person

Monday 5/2      12-1:15pm         Vinyasa 1/2          Erial Engel

Friday   5/6      6:30-7:45pm      Meditative Flow     Denise Talancon


Sunday 5/1      1-2:15pm            Vinyasa 1/2          Sherrie Kubiak

Monday 5/2      11:30-12:45pm   Vinyasa 1/2          Sami Koski

Wed     5/4       6:30-7:45pm      Restoratives          Laurel Skinner

Thurs   5/5       12-1:15pm         Vinyasa 1/2           Melanie Tsutsumi

Friday 5/6        3-4:15pm           Yoga Blend (all levels)    Kelly Ward





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