Online Yoga Classes For Everyone: Come As You Are

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Monday Gentle: 9:30-10:45am Wednesday Eve Flow: 7-8pm Friday Unwind/Self Massage Movement: 9:30-10:45am Sunday Practice For All: 10-11:30am welcome! i'm so glad you're here. This is my new online space where I humbly share my experience of dharma asana practices that have~ and continue to~ shape inspire me. there are no prerequisites needed to log into a class. "yoga is not about touching your toes; it's about what you learn on the way down." ~unknown source

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