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Asanas and Agave

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Asanas and Agave Returns to the Terrace
Enjoy a yoga class over the San Antonio River Walk at Otro Bar, followed by a signature tequila cocktail inspired by the day's teachings and our natural surroundings. Taught by certified instructor and local mother who called Hawaii home for many years, Amy will lead an insightful, fun vinyasa practice.

Venue Details

  • Otro Bar

    123 N. St. Mary's St., San Antonio Downtown

    (210) 404-7516

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