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Shrewsbury: Library presents Family Yoga on the Lawn

Shrewsbury – Kris Wilhelmy, yoga instructor at Shrewsbury Parks and Recreation, will be conducting a Family Yoga on the Lawn workshop Wednesday, Aug. 27, from 6:30-7:30 p.m., at the Shrewsbury Public Library.

 

Participants will move through a sequence of poses, incorporating breath awareness for a more calm, yet energized state of mind. Everyone is encouraged to go at their own pace as we introduce some basic yoga poses. Please bring a yoga mat or towel for each family member. Children accompanied by adults have to be at least 5 years old.

 

Registration is required as there are limited slots. Please register each family member separately. The program will be on the library lawn at 609 Main St. In the event of rain, it will be moved to the library's large meeting room. Registration can be done from the Calendar link on the library website (www.shrewsbury-ma.gov, click on Departments, then Library, and then Calendar and Passes).

 

This event is part of the activities around the Outside the Box grant that the Shrewsbury Public Library received. The focus of the grant is to use the outdoor space to gather the community and have fun events.

 

 

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