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Community Yoga

Come to any or all of our free summer Community Yoga sessions at South Cobb Regional Library. Classes will be held June 9, June 23, July 14, and July 28. 

Yoga is an ancient practice, estimated to be 4,000 to 5,000 years old. The word yoga comes from the Sanskrit word "yoke," which means to unite. Specifically, it is the unity of body, mind and spirit. The practice of yoga includes breathing exercises, physical poses and meditation. The physical practices of yoga helps to improve flexibility, balance and strength. Mentally, yoga provides tools to combat stress and improve concentration. 

This class is beginner friendly. Participants should bring their own mats. Space is limited and masks are strongly encouraged. 

About the instructor: Ajené Hall is a yoga instructor who is registered with Yoga Alliance at the 200 hour level (RYT-200). She has been practicing yoga since 2015 and completed her yoga teacher training in December 2019 at West Side Yoga located in Atlanta, GA. She has experience teaching power vinyasa and yin yoga at all levels from beginner to experienced.

Event Contact Info

Lindsay Harris

678-398-5831

[email protected]

South Cobb Regional Library

805 Clay Road

Mableton, GA 30126

Event Location(s)

33.825231710641, -84.5776557