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Monthly Yoga Class with Live Music


ala Studio is offering a monthly 90-minute Jivamukti yoga class with live music, a vigorous Vinyasa style of yoga, taught by Dutzi King, a Providence based teacher with more than 10 years of yoga teaching experience. Local musician and artist Antonio Forte plays relaxing and meditative electronic music on a keyboard throughout the class. The live music yoga class takes place once a month, on the final Wednesday night of the month, and is a transcendent and nourishing class, simultaneously deeply relaxing and energizing.

Exercises are like prose, whereas yoga is the poetry of movements. ~Amit Ray

Cost: $15 drop in, or class or monthly pass options are available. Optional extra donation to Antonio Forte for his music. Location: 285 S. Main St., Providence. For more information, call 508-566-2524 or visit

New Hot Yoga Studio Opening in Providence


hode Island Hot Yoga (formerly East Bay Bikram Yoga) is opening a second location in Providence on June 3. The new studio, located at 166 Valley Street, will offer a full schedule of heated Bikram yoga classes seven days a week, as well as various workshops and special events. The Grand Opening will feature a day of free classes, with Bikram yoga classes at 8 a.m., 10 a.m., noon and 4 p.m. There will also be refreshments served and yoga apparel for sale. Visit to reserve a space for a free class. Bikram yoga is a heated style of yoga designed to balance every system in the body and produce optimal health and wellness. The class is designed with beginners in mind—no flexibility or experience required, just a willingness to sweat. RI Hot Yoga’s friendly instructors will guide students through the practice step-by-step and give them all the tools needed to succeed.

Rhode Island Hot Yoga’s original location is at 36 Gooding Ave., in Bristol. For more information, call 401-217-9010 or visit




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Sacred Directions Launches Premier Program


rica Nunnally, yoga and Usui reiki master teacher, of Cumberland, has launched Sacred Directions, a dualaccess “way-finding school” for people that wish to deepen their personal practice of yoga and self healing but aren’t looking to become yoga teachers. Nunnally defines dual-access as an offering that is available both online for distant learners and in-person for local students. “It’s an incredible way to bring together like minded wisdom warriors from the four directions and build community,” says the veteran yogi. Nunnally is offering Sacred Directions’ premier program, The Year of the Yogi, designed to ignite positive transformation by learning to apply the ancient practices and philosophies to a modern lifestyle. It’s a journey that encourages delving into one’s own inner healing as the deeper lessons of yoga are uncovered. To learn more visit, Sacred-Directions.


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