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Trap Yoga led by IAAS Doctoral Student, Sha'Mira Covington

Trap Vinyasa with Sha'Mira Covington
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If you love yoga and you love trap music, you’ll love this empowering Rocket vinyasa style class! 

Trap yoga uses soundscape as a tool for a deeper practice. It combines asana practice with Trap music for mental, physical and spiritual benefits that embody struggle, resistance, and success; a mirror to our existence! 

Class is open to all levels/yogis. Register for this virtual event ($14) through Five Points Yoga. https://athensfivepointsyoga.com/schedule/

Questions? Contact Sha’Mira Covington:

609-992-4400 | scovington@uga.edu | https://www.fcs.uga.edu/people/bio/harajuku

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