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Casa Tua As Described By A Yoga Instructor

"Every time I have walked through the front gate I have become overwhelmed with a sense of contentment...Casa Tua has inspired my mind to new ideas, while at the same time given me a feeling of being welcomed home...I am very excited to journey into the world of Casa Tua on a deeper level and look forward to experiencing the many great things to come with all of you." -- Amanda Harris, yoga teacher and new Director Of Events at Casa Tua

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