Free yoga class at IPF on Friday

Inner Pursuit Fitness welcomes news instructor Catherine Reid

On Friday, April 4, Inner Pursuit Fitness is introducing a new yoga instructor with a free class.

Take 40 years of yoga practice, the last decade as a certified Ashtanga instructor, and you have some serious yoga chops. Add a light hearted and playful style, dip her in the fountain of youth and you have Catherine Reid.

“We are so pleased to welcome Catherine to our team,” says IPF director Leanne Zdbiak-Eni. “Catherine brings a deep understanding of yoga principals and a dedication to her practice that we know will inspire others.”

Reid encourages all levels of yoga practitioners, from beginner to those wishing to expand their practice, to attend a free class. Release your week, renew your spirit and rejuvenate your body on April 4 from 5:30-6:45 p.m. at IPF.

 

– Inner Pursuit Fitness

 

 

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