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10/02/2014 Yoga Event - The Breman Museum

Oct 02 2014 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM



Please join The Breman Museum and Eleanora Lipton, creator of Intuitive Yoga and Founding Director of the Atlanta Polarity & Intuitive Yoga Center for Yoga in the Gallery, for Yoga in the Galleries. 

Yoga instructor Eleanora Lipton's 30 years of experience have helped her develop her own style of Intuitive Yoga.

This unique blend of Polarity and Hatha Yoga is perfect for those who have never been on a mat before, and those with Yoga experience. 

These classes are free for museum members and included in the price of regular museum admission for non-members.


Elinor Breman

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