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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JAN. 13, 2016
Yoga classes on Territorial Prison tower aim for higher plane
YUMA, ARIZONA - Where better to raise your sights for physical fitness in the new year than on the iconic guard tower of the Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park?
You have that chance from now through the end of March as the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area sponsors "all levels" yoga classes on the historic tower known for its panoramic views across the East Wetlands.
Classes are held every Tuesday at 6 p.m. The cost is $10 for a single class drop-in fee, or $64 for a discounted package of eight classes. The instructor is Marie-Josée of Yogamour, LLC.
"Yoga on the guard tower is a unique experience we've offered as an fundraising auction item," said Charles Flynn, executive director of the Heritage Area. "Now we're extending the chance to have an 'only in Yuma' experience to a wider audience. Whether you're an expert or a beginner, this is a great opportunity to break out of your exercise routine and enjoy Yuma's beautiful weather and spectacular sunsets."
Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area is an nonprofit organization that now operates both of Yuma's state historic parks by agreement with the City of Yuma and Arizona State Parks.
For more information about the classes, please contact Marie-Josée at 928-257-8496 or YogamourYuma.com.
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