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ONE Yoga Sanctuary holds studio open house

Everyone is invited to attend a “new moon” studio open house on Thursday, January 30 at 6 p.m. at ONE Yoga Sanctuary. To find out more about the studio, its teachers, classes and events, visit oneyogasanctuary.com or on Facebook. Owner and director, Dragana Pavic-Zappia, who was mentored for years by Kim Cech, the founder of Yoga Chandra, envisions a studio where all yoga traditions are honored and people of all ages are welcome. ONE Yoga Sanctuary is located on the second floor of the Lady’s Island Marina, 73 Sea Island Parkway. 843-476-1388, oneyagasanctuary@gmail.com.

Herban Marketplace hosts living food classes   

Herban Marketplace, an all-organic and all-natural grocery, will host “8 Weeks of Living Foods with Myrtle Weinreich” raw food classes and more, starting Sunday, Jan. 26. This series is designed to give an overview of living food preparation, the principles, techniques and equipment used, as well as providing recipes and samples. Classes are limited to 10 participants. Cost is $45 per class per person. Register at Herban Marketplace, 1211 Newcastle St., or call 843-379-5550.

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