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Rooftop Yoga and Breakfast to Launch at the Graham Georgetown
Beginning this Saturday, yogis can stretch out with CorePower Yoga and be rewarded with food and drinks after. By Melissa Romero
Beginning Saturday, June 8, the Graham Georgetown will host yoga and breakfast on their rooftop every Saturday. CorePower Yoga instructors will lead each class. Photograph courtesy of epg PR.
Comments () | Published June 7, 2013

With summer in the air, outdoor fitness classes are launching left and right. Starting tomorrow, you can add another one to the list.

Every Saturday at 9 AM, the Graham Georgetown will offer hourlong yoga classes at its rooftop lounge, followed by breakfast. It’s all part of the new series Sun.Stretch.Sip. that will be led by CorePower Yoga instructors. Class-goers will be able to check out DC sights and monuments mid-downward dog from the only public rooftop in Georgetown.

At $40, the registration fee is more than double most yoga classes, but the price includes a continental breakfast with cocktails and carrot, pear, mango, orange, grapefruit, and papaya juices. In addition, at each class one person will be entered into a raffle to win a gift from Lululemon. All participants will receive nutrition bars from 22 Days Nutrition.

The class only has 20 spots, so snag your reservation early by e-mailing

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