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Drop In - Hatha Flow, Peckham Rye. Wednesday Morning 9.45am - 10.45am @ Gaia Studio


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New Hatha Flow Class starting at Gaia Yoga & Pilates Studio - Wednesday Morning 9.45am - 10.45am


Come and join new Hatha Flow Class at Gaia Studio, Peckham Rye. Class sizes are small and tailored to suit individual needs and levels - as well as give individual attention.


Hatha Flow Yoga incorporates elements of dynamic flow to really feel the body come alive. There will also be an emphasis on breath and posture alignment to focus both the mind and body. I hope my Hatha Flow classes will leave you feeling that you?ve got space to breathe.


Drop in or book your mat at: [email protected]


Gaia Studio

20 Maxted Road, Peckham Rye SE15 4LF

[www.gaiastudio.co.uk]

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