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Mommy & Me Yoga

Date/Time

Jul 3, 2014 to Jul 24, 2014
09:30 AM until 10:30 AM

This event occurs weekly, on Thursday.

Description

Continue your yoga practice with these poses designed especially for the new mother. We will focus on postpartum recovery, reclaiming your body and developing strength and flexibility. Breathing practices and calming techniques for both you and your baby will ease the transition at home. Enjoy the benefits of group socialization, bonding and the positive energy created by our welcoming space. This class is designed for new moms and their babies age 6-weeks and older.

All levels welcome. $50 for all four weeks. Due to vacation season, we have opened our July session to drop-ins ($15), however pre-registration is required by Wednesday 12 p.m. each week to confirm minimum enrollment has been met.

Cost

$15 drop in, $50 for all four weeks.

Location

View map Banyan Tree Yoga
5 Pine St. Ext.
Unit 2A (new location)
Nashua, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Banyan Tree Yoga

Phone

(603) 889-1121

Contact name

Brandy

Contact email

Info@BanyanTreeYogaNH.com

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