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I'm looking for a venue to take yoga once or twice a week.  An ideal setting would have a comfortable social atmosphere and an instructor with a fun loving, casual attitude. 
A drop in schedule would work best for me.  A few years ago I injured my back, and occasionally I have discomfort.  I'm told yoga would strengthen back muscles and alleviate some of the pain.  Ten days ago I pinched a nerve, so the sooner I start the better.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Niles School
Posted – 10/28/05 8:13am by Lynn R Slater, updated or replied 10/28/05 8:16am

Check out the website for The studio is behind Tyme for Tea on H Street.
Karen of Niles Glen
Posted – 10/28/05 8:14am by Lynn R Slater

 Titera Dance at 37495 Niles Blvd. has a great yoga class taught by Niles instructor Julie Aragon Tues. mornings at 9 AM. It is a friendly  drop in class where you can either pay by the class or month.  She is a great instructor and teaches to all levels simultaneously.  I also have a history of back problems and have not had one tweak that lasted more than a day or so since I started yoga.  You can call Julie at 796-4638.

--Linda on Bodily
Posted – 10/28/05 8:14am by Lynn R Slater

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