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What: Yoga Jam North

When:  Saturday, September 10th

Where:  Locke Mill Plaza in Concord, NC

What:  This is an all day event of many studios in the North Charlotte, Lake Norman, Concord, and surrounding areas coming together to provide yoga and other movement and healing therapies.  We come together to educate and spread the love of yoga, but also we come together to give back to our community by donating proceeds to a local charity.

How:  Register at www.yogajamnorth.com .  Choose 3 of 16 classes, pay via paypal the $40 registration fee and you will get a confirmation.  The registration fee includes your yoga classes, chair massage and reiki that can be signed up for, free demonstrations and community classes, and more.  Raffles can be entered the day of the event.  Lunch is provided.

If you have questions, email yogajamnorth@gmail.com or call 704-765-0974

Do not delay!  There are limited number of spots in each class.  Registration is open!

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Wilmington, NC

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10:30 AM Vinyasa at Gold's Gym-Porter's Neck

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