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Yoga in the House. Literally.

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A reader invites you to early yoga at yoga house and in September a donations only yoga class in her home:

“Want to make your day go better with an early yoga class?

Neighborhood yogini Atieno Fisher teaches a flow class at Yoga House on Georgia Ave (yogahouse.org) at 6:30am every Tuesday that focuses on getting your mind where you want it to be for the day – focused, alert, and consciously centered in your chosen values.

Beginning in late September, there will also be a donations-only community practice Tuesday night 6:30 class at Atieno’s Park View home at 3208 Park Place NW. Polished wood floors and an open space plan make this address an ideal yoga-studio-by-night. Come early to help set up or drop some green fat in the jar!

To learn more, contact Atieno at 202 550 5462 or atieno at gmail.com

Namaste!”

Incidentally, where is your favorite yoga spot in the city?

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