Accomplice Yoga FEB 15
February 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Who’s Your Ride or Die?
Valentine’s Weekend Yoga
Partner Play Workshop at Southtown Yoga
While Valentine’s Day might tend toward those involved at a physical level (and we applaud them too) but let’s agree that it doesn’t have to be only about couples in a sexually bonded relationship. We all have that Thelma to our Louise. That person might be your lover, or not. So this Valentine’s weekend, why not try out a partner-based experience designed to enhance intimacy of all types. Bring your “ride or die” to Accomplice Yoga led by Candace Glass and Debby Siegel at Southtown Yoga Friday, February 15, 7-8:30pm and experience a 90-minute yoga event where we’ll indulge in some cacao treats, practice some partner massaging, yoga and stretching, eye gaze and finish with a candle light meditation. You find and bring that human who you just know would erase your hard drive should you need it! Let’s celebrate intimacy of all kinds. This 90-minute experience is $20/person, and you’ll register as a duo. Bring a yoga mat if you have one. If not, we have extras. We’ll raid the prop closet and be certain to offer many cozy, happy moments in our playful time together.
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