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Free Classes for DC Yoga Week Begin Monday

The annual week of free yoga classes returns, with close to 40 studios participating.

DC Yoga Week 2013 begins Monday, April 29. Close to 40 participating yoga studios will offer free and $5 classes throughout the week. Photograph courtesy of Shutterstock.

Fitness fads may come and go, but there’s no doubt that yoga is here to stay. The eighth annual DC Yoga Week returns on Monday, April 29, offering free and $5 classes at various studios all week long.

This year almost 40 studios will participate in DC Yoga Week. Simply visit a participating studio’s website and sign up for a free or $5 class offered throughout the week. Some of our favorite classes and studios are on the list, including Epic Yoga DC’s barre yoga class on Wednesday, May 1, at 12:30 PM; a prenatal yoga class at Tranquil Space in Arlington on Saturday, May 4, at 2 PM; and intro to power yoga classes at the new CorePower Yoga studio in Georgetown. 

DC Yoga Week culminates with Sunday’s Yoga on the Mall, which will be led by Down Dog Yoga’s Patty Ivey, Greg Marzullo, Unity Woods Yoga Center founder John Schumacher, and Kevin Waldorf-Cruz of Tranquil Space. The event is from 11 AM to 1 PM at the Constitution Gardens by the Vietnam War Memorial.

For more information, visit DC Yoga Week’s website

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  • Warren MrFit Bloom

    Go to my contact page
    here to sign up If you happen to be in Georgetown visit Warren Bloom Personal Training and Wellness for a complimentary F.R.S. session. F.R.S. is a fusion of massage, manual stretching, and yoga. designed to realign and restore your body. Try a session on us FREE exclusively during yoga week.

  • Good to know about DC Yoga Week...so many studios in the area to try..this is a good way to do it. The yoga on the mall is also a unique experience ... great way to enjoy the spring weather after a rough winter.

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