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Thanks to Meredith for passing on from M Street Yoga:

“Today, M Street Yoga will be closing its doors after five wonderful years in SW DC! We are so grateful to our dedicated students and the community for welcoming us from the very beginning.

Over the past two months, since we announced the closure, so many of you have been incredibly supportive. You have shared stories of your personal growth, opened up about how this studio became your “home away from home,” and encouraged us to feel at peace with our decision. Southwest DC is a special place, and with this kind of support for local and small businesses, it will stay that way. Read More

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Photo by PoPville flickr user Erin

“Dear PoPville,

My much younger half sister – she’s is 11 years old and I’m 26 – has recently expressed interest in yoga. For one of her Christmas gifts this year, I’d like to buy a yoga class that we can take together, but the only ones I can find online are “Mommy and Me” (i.e., for much younger kids) or for preteens/tweens only. I’m really looking for a class we can take together; maybe something that isn’t necessarily just for kids but would still be kid friendly. A private lesson that’s reasonably affordable would work too. I would be ok with a studio in DC, MD, or VA as long as it’s not too far of a drive. I’d appreciate any/all suggestions from the community!”

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Thanks to a reader for sending:

“The commercial property at the corner of West Virginia and Florida Ave NE, which has been empty for eons, is apparently going to be a new yoga studio.”

NAMASTAY TUNED! 405 YOGA is moving to DC Fall 2015, offering Vinyasa, Power, and Rocket yoga to rock the sweat and elevate the spirit.

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From an email:

Congressional Cemetery [1801 E Street, SE] holds weekly yoga classes called ‘Yoga Mortis’, donation-based vinyasa flow classes in the Chapel. Yoga Mortis is held every Monday from 6 to 7 pm. All levels are welcome and no reservations are necessary. Props and a limited number of mats are provided, but feel free to bring your own. Come as you are wearing comfortable, flexible, clothing. The suggested donation is $10.”

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