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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 Ethel or Ricky to our Lucy. 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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