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Starting this week there will be a Yoga class offered on Thursdays from 12:15 PM to 1:15 PM (so as not to interfere with tennis clinics or barre) at the Tennis Tea (unless we have to move elsewhere for an event). This is in addition to the Sunday 10:00 AM class. We need a minimum of five registrants to hold the class so please do sign up in advance. Here's the drill:
If you haven't tried yoga for strengthening your core muscles and correcting posture-related neck and back pain issues before, we recommend trying it in the comfort of your own home. It is important to note, however, that if you are experiencing pain, STOP. A good Yoga instructor can help you exercise and work your way into more advanced positions by showing you alternative exercises while your body builds the necessary core strength.
If you're not ready to start practicing yoga yet, you can get started in the "mental" aspects of breathing. Proper breathing is a foundation of Yoga and everyone can benefit from learning:
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