Yoga With Cats at the Tiny Lions Center

. July 1, 2016.
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Cats and kittens know how to live as exemplar yogis. They sleep, they eat, they breathe and they play with string. Because it’s hard to find time to relax these days, absorb some calming feline energy and teach yourself how to chill at the Tiny Lions Center during Yoga with Cats. Enjoy a hatha-style yoga session among cats as they hang out and bend themselves into poses that challenge the most limber human yogis. Doors open 20 minutes before class; pre-registration is required.

Fridays and Sundays | 8:30-9:30am | $15
Tiny Lions Center | 5245 Jackson Rd.
734-661-3530 | tinylions.org

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