Yoga studio celebrates with classes and cake

Oct. 15 party from 1 to 2 p.m. will feature free vegan, chocolate birthday cake and green tea lattes

Ajna Yoga celebrates its third birthday with a half-dozen free yoga classes and cake.

“We’ve had such great support from customers and the community during the past three years, we’d like to give back to them by offering free yoga classes,” said Oak Bay studio’s Michelle Schroeder. “Our classes are gentle enough to be suitable for all ages, regardless of fitness level or injury. Our style of yoga is therapeutic and healing.”

Free classes run Oct. 14 at the studio on Theatre Lane. Participants can sign-up online at ajnayoga.ca, by calling 250-812-8355, or stopping in at the studio.

The Ajna birthday party will be Oct. 15 from 1 to 2 p.m. featuring free vegan, chocolate birthday cake and green tea lattes.

The studio will also draw names for free yoga classes at the end of the birthday party.

 

 

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