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Tired of Staying Home? How About Some Waterfront Yoga at The Wharf?

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District Flow Yoga is holding outdoor yoga sessions at The Wharf every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday morning for those wishing to enjoy waterfront views while letting off some steam.

The hour-long classes presented by Truly Hard Seltzer take place on Recreation Pier at the Wharf on Sundays, and on District Pier Tuesdays and Thursdays. And they will continue through September 19.

Attendees may arrive up to 30 minutes prior to class to check in and find a spot. Everyone must bring their own yoga mat and their own water.

You can reserve your spot through Eventbrite for a fee of $10, which is not refundable.

On Thursday evenings, a complimentary refreshing Truly Hard Seltzer — made with natural ingredients and fruits — is offered to the first 25 people each week at Cantina Bambina.

All current coronavirus safety guidelines, including social distancing and mask wearing will be followed throughout the classes.

“If you are sick, please do not come to class. To help us prevent the spread of infection, please cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze,” says the event brief.

If weather conditions do not allow for a class to take place, organizers will try to arrange an alternative date but they can’t guarantee specific dates or availability.

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