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Self-Love Yoga

Self-Love Yoga at Love Shack Boutique is an all-level yoga class that incorporates self-care and self-love. This gentle yet powerful class will allow you to move simply, breathe deeply and welcome stillness. This event will focus on floor exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor and ease tension in the hips. Bring your own yoga mat, a towel and comfortable workout clothing. There will be bottled water & in-store discounts for all those who attend!

Venue Details

  • Love Shack Boutique

    1580 Babcock Rd, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 767-9411 (FAX); (210)

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