$5 Yoga Classes Offered In Wynwood's Warehouse Project

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Yoga may be soothing for the body and mind, but it can be rough on the wallet. And while free outdoor yoga is awesome, sometimes you just want a little AC to keep you from flinging sweat at your zen-like neighbor.

At Wynwood Warehouse Project's Enigmatic Vibrations, you can get your yoga on for just $5 on Tuesdays and Saturdays, starting October 21.

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The class is being offered by Enigmatic Vibrations, a spiritual gift shop that carries things like crystals, hand-made jewelry with semi precious stones, organic soaps, essential oils, etc.

Lisbeth Hernandez Guiza, who opened the Wynwood location in September, also has another store in the Mall of the Americas.

As far as yoga, they're bringing in a teacher with loads of experience.

"The instructor's name is Lawrence Huff," says Hernandez Guiza. "He is a native of California and has intense experience in yoga, meditation and chi gung, his practice in yoga is a blend of all three. He has taught in Latin America, Asia, and India."

The first class kicks off Tuesday, October 21, at 6:30 p.m. Oh, and it's BYOM -- bring your own mat.

Classes are 75 minutes long and they're scheduled for Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 12 p.m. at Enigmatic Vibrations, 450 NW 27 St. (inside the Warehouse Project in Wynwood). Students should arrive 20 to 30 minutes early register. Classes are $5 cash donation per person, $7 if paying with a credit/debit card.

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