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April 2019

Energizing Vinyasa Yoga

April 1 @ 6:10 am - 7:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 6:10am on Monday, repeating indefinitely

This style is a great way to learn the basics of pranayama, or yogic breathing, since the instructor will tell you when to inhale and exhale during each pose.  This class will help build a strong foundation for more advance yoga practice and the continuous sequence of Vinyasa yoga is good for getting the heart rate going even if the pace is slow.  

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Energizing Vinyasa Yoga

April 8 @ 6:10 am - 7:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 6:10am on Monday, repeating indefinitely

This style is a great way to learn the basics of pranayama, or yogic breathing, since the instructor will tell you when to inhale and exhale during each pose.  This class will help build a strong foundation for more advance yoga practice and the continuous sequence of Vinyasa yoga is good for getting the heart rate going even if the pace is slow.  

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Energizing Vinyasa Yoga

April 15 @ 6:10 am - 7:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 6:10am on Monday, repeating indefinitely

This style is a great way to learn the basics of pranayama, or yogic breathing, since the instructor will tell you when to inhale and exhale during each pose.  This class will help build a strong foundation for more advance yoga practice and the continuous sequence of Vinyasa yoga is good for getting the heart rate going even if the pace is slow.  

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Energizing Vinyasa Yoga

April 22 @ 6:10 am - 7:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 6:10am on Monday, repeating indefinitely

This style is a great way to learn the basics of pranayama, or yogic breathing, since the instructor will tell you when to inhale and exhale during each pose.  This class will help build a strong foundation for more advance yoga practice and the continuous sequence of Vinyasa yoga is good for getting the heart rate going even if the pace is slow.  

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Energizing Vinyasa Yoga

April 29 @ 6:10 am - 7:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 6:10am on Monday, repeating indefinitely

This style is a great way to learn the basics of pranayama, or yogic breathing, since the instructor will tell you when to inhale and exhale during each pose.  This class will help build a strong foundation for more advance yoga practice and the continuous sequence of Vinyasa yoga is good for getting the heart rate going even if the pace is slow.  

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May 2019

Energizing Vinyasa Yoga

May 6 @ 6:10 am - 7:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 6:10am on Monday, repeating indefinitely

This style is a great way to learn the basics of pranayama, or yogic breathing, since the instructor will tell you when to inhale and exhale during each pose.  This class will help build a strong foundation for more advance yoga practice and the continuous sequence of Vinyasa yoga is good for getting the heart rate going even if the pace is slow.  

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Energizing Vinyasa Yoga

May 13 @ 6:10 am - 7:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 6:10am on Monday, repeating indefinitely

This style is a great way to learn the basics of pranayama, or yogic breathing, since the instructor will tell you when to inhale and exhale during each pose.  This class will help build a strong foundation for more advance yoga practice and the continuous sequence of Vinyasa yoga is good for getting the heart rate going even if the pace is slow.  

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Energizing Vinyasa Yoga

May 20 @ 6:10 am - 7:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 6:10am on Monday, repeating indefinitely

This style is a great way to learn the basics of pranayama, or yogic breathing, since the instructor will tell you when to inhale and exhale during each pose.  This class will help build a strong foundation for more advance yoga practice and the continuous sequence of Vinyasa yoga is good for getting the heart rate going even if the pace is slow.  

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