Pick: Hot Yoga Charlottesville

Lizzie Clark and her Hot Yoga Charlottesville team put a twist on virtual yoga by offering healthy recipes to practitioners. Lizzie Clark and her Hot Yoga Charlottesville team put a twist on virtual yoga by offering healthy recipes to practitioners.

Hot at home: As many forms of exercise migrated to online instruction, most local studios flowed seamlessly into virtual class offerings. Hot Yoga Charlottesville instructors are posting a variety of classes for all skill levels, and making them accessible on a free YouTube channel (donations not required, but greatly appreciated). BYO heat, and if you sign up for HYC’s email list, you’ll get recipes for tasty eats made with simple ingredients that will support a healthy quarantine.

Ongoing. hotyogacville.com/online-classes.

 

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