What do you get when you combine snow and yoga? Snoga of course! Hike on snow-covered trails as you pause at scenic locations with certified yoga instructor, Kim Scott Sowinski. Dress for the weather. If there is enough snow, snowshoes will be provided. Classes will start and end with a few poses indoors before going outside to continue to work on the trail. If it is too bitter cold to go outside, the entire session will be held indoors. Yoga mats will be provided, but feel free to bring your own.
Registration opens December 15 and ends March 9. $5 late fee applies after March 2.
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