Nah, Imma Stay at The Pub: Beer Yoga

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Name: Nah, Imma Stay at The Pub: Beer Yoga
Date: May 20, 2019
Time: 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM CDT
Event Description:
Come join us for our monthly installment of BEER YOGA at Murphy’s Pub! Grab your mat, your friends, and let’s have some fun! From 6:00-7:00pm We will have a lighthearted yoga flow for all levels-beginners welcome! You can practice your favorite poses with your favorite beverage & your favorite people! Socialization afterwards is encouraged :) Cost is $15 per person with one drink included. Bring your own mat. Please preregister by contacting Julie Murphy, Sun and Soul Shine Yoga with Julie or 610-909-0599 to put your name on the list. The rest is first come first serve as we will cap the class at 40 people. Cheers!!
Murphy's Pub
Date/Time Information:
May 20th at 6:15 pm
Contact Information:
Julie Murphy 610-909-0599
$15 one drink ticket included for beer or wine
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