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Summer Yoga at Tribe Kelley
Flow with us every Thursday at 9 a.m. this summer at Tribe Kelley Surf Post in Grayton Beach! Class is hosted by Sculpt Studio and held in Tribe Kelley's backyard. Please sign up early at sculptstudio30a.com and arrive at least 15 minutes early to allow time for parking and check-in.
After class, Tribe Kelley's store will open so you can enjoy holistic products and sustainable clothing, made right here in the USA. -- Has your doctor (or lower back) been nudging you to get into yoga, but perhaps you've gotten bored or not felt connected to traditional yoga? Like chicken noodle soup for the body and mind, Sculpt Studio's Yoga Flow class is where fast lives come to slow down.
Yoga Flow is a low-impact format that will increase your core strength, flexibility and functional mobility. Our Flow style builds your practice step-by-step, and breaks down foundational yoga postures that you'll find in Yoga Sculpt and other high-intensity classes. Great for beginners or those wanting to slow things down, this non-heated, Vinyasa-style class focuses on connecting breath to movement at a moderate and mindful pace, set to music. Your body and mind will leave feeling relaxed, restored and rejuvenated.
To learn more about the event, visit:https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=753293&stype=-7&sVT=16&sView=week&sLoc=0
Explore Grayton Beach
Grayton Beach is one of South Walton’s original neighborhoods – and originality is something this community celebrates. Bustling with life, Grayton Beach is home to art galleries, quirky restaurants and lively bars.
With so much personality, it’s no wonder that this beach neighborhood’s unofficial motto is “nice dogs, strange people”.