Foundation and Form Yoga Class

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Foundation and Form Yoga Class

Time: June 5, 2014 from 4:15pm to 5:30pm
Location: Om Sweet Om Yoga Studio
Street: 108 S. Market St.
City/Town: Talent
Website or Map: http://www.yogaomsweetom.com
Phone: 5415137750
Event Type: yoga, class
Organized By: Noah Volz
Latest Activity: May 8, 2014

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Level one yoga class with a focus on the foundational aspects of movement. By learning how to move from the ground up, participants will minimize repetitive stress and compensation patterns that deter from overall wellness. All levels, beginners welcome. Cost $12 with senior and student discounts. Visit http://www.rhythmofhealing.com/foundation-and-form.html

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