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Sunday, March 29, 2020
For the week of March 29th – April 4th  we invite you to join through live-streaming with Zoom classes listed below.  Be sure to download Zoom app. and contact teacher for code to join each class.

Deborah Saliby has recorded a Yoga for stress reduction and immunity system strengthening  video which you can access HERE  to watch at any time.

Mondays-  10 am Level 1-3 Yoga Contact Barbara HERE

Tuesdays-  10 am Gentle Yoga  Contact Barbara HERE
6:00 – 7:15 pm Restorative Yoga Contact Anna HERE

Wednesdays-  10 am Level 1-3  Contact Barbara HERE 
2:00 – 3:00 pm Beginner T’ai Chi  Contact Greacian HERE
6:15 – 7:30 pm  Beginning Yoga   Contact Barbara Steiber  HERE

Thursdays-  10 am Gentle Yoga Contact Barbara HERE

Fridays-  Yoga in Balance  10:00 – 11:15 am Contact Beth HERE

Saturdays-  Level 1- 3  9:30 – 11:00 am Contact Scotty McCaulley HERE

Livestreaming classes
Be sure to download the Zoom app.
Please notify the teacher early, no later than 2 hours before class start time.  You will receive the access code to join the group.
You will need to mute your screen during class time. There will be time after class to interact with the group.
Have a clear and stable visual view of your screen.
Find a quiet place to do the practice.
Turn off the phone and other devices.

We look forward to announcing our reopening to you.  Please stay in touch via email and website postings.   I look forward to reissuing the statement below to the top of our website in the near future.

4th St. Yoga’s highly qualified teachers are committed to offering you expert guidance in the practice of yoga. Recognizing the natural effects of a yoga practice to be different for a 20-year-old than a 70-year-old, our teachers strive to give each student a practice that fits their needs. Our beautiful sunlit yoga studio offers a rich variety of classes to choose from. From a slow-moving Yin practice to an invigorating Mixed Level, all classes are always available on a drop-in basis.

We provide all yoga props. Bring a willing sense of spirit and wear clothing that does not restrict bodily movement.

— Sharon Salzberg

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