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Tribe Yoga in Fogelsville

Stacy Hein, RYT

Stacy Hein, RYT

Tribe Yoga will hold a grand opening celebration from 12:30 to 4 p.m., December 10, at 7918 Main Street, third floor west, in Fogelsville, Pennsylvania. In addition to an opportunity for the public to visit the studio, gather information, ask questions and meet teachers, there will be food, beverages, giveaways, free yoga classes for every level and more.

Along with a full schedule of yoga classes for all ages, abilities and styles, Tribe will move forward with a focus on creating a feeling of community; a comfortable space ideal for students’ self-exploration, discovery and growth. The studio will host special events, groups and workshops that relate not only to yoga, but also philosophical studies, personal empowerment and spirituality.

Stacy Hein, Tribe co-founder and teacher, says, “Our goal is simple: to introduce as many people as possible to this magical, healing practice and to offer a safe place for all students to expand their journey into deeper self-awareness, understanding, compassion and love.”

For more information, call 484-239- 8711 or email Stacy@TribeYogaCenter.com. Register for grand opening or ongoing classes at TribeYogaCenter.com.

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