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Activate Phoenixville Area Introduces Two New Classes

Activate Phoenixville Area is starting up two new classes for area residents.

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TAI CHI AT THE CIVIC CENTER
Join other residents for a “pay-as-you-go” one-hour class ($5 per person per class).

Presented by White Eagle Martial Arts
Instructor: Tammy Rosebrook

Three sessions to choose from:

Saturdays (Mar. 14th–May 16th)
9:00am - Beginner’s Class
10:00am – Intermediate Class

Wednesdays (Mar. 11th–May 13th)
7:00pm - Beginner’s Class

* March 28th

New students will be accepted through the third class. The class will then be closed so that participants have the opportunity to improve in their practice.

Location: Phoenixville Civic Center - 122 S. Main Street
Please note: Classes will resume in Reeves Park in the Spring.


YOGA BASICS CLASSES
Join other residents for a “pay-as-you-go” ($5 per person per class). These classes are ongoing and do not require you to sign up ahead of time.

Learn how to use the practice of yoga to bring stillness, strength and vitality to the body and mind.

Presented by: Stacey Halstead, Yoga Instructor and Jason Coffman, Yoga Instructor

Tuesdays 7:00 - 8:00pm (Stacey)
Saturdays 9:00 - 10:15 am (Jason)
1/2 of all proceeds from the Saturday class will benefit Montgomery County SPCA.

Location: Stepping Stone Education Center at Franklin Commons (400 Franklin Ave. Suite 400, Phoenixville).

Wear comfortable clothes & bring a yoga/exercise mat.
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For more information, see the new Activate Phoenixville Area website!

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