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Yoga 101 for Beginners

AntiGravity Yoga LAB is off ering a five-week series of classes, Yoga 101, from 12:30 to 1:45 p.m., January 6 to February 3. Students receive clear, step-by-step instructions for a variety of common yoga poses and learn modifications or the use of props to support their individual practice. Lessons include basic breathing exercises and meditation. Th s course is designed to build the proper foundation for a yoga practice or deepen the yoga experience.

The mission of AG Yoga LAB is to provide a peaceful environment where anyone with any body type or life challenges and personal goals may practice, experiment and investigate their bodies and challenge their minds by opening them up to try new things. Antigravity provides the highest level of teaching, learning and practice for the ultimate physical and spiritual awareness.

Cost $99. Location: 3491 Lehigh St. Allentown. For more information, call 610-762-8995 or visit Agyogalab.com.

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