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Mom-and-daughter yoga class aids in bonding

Yoga instructor Nadine Allworth and her daughter, Mary, practice yoga at the mother-and-daughter classes hosted by Allworth. - Contributed photo
Yoga instructor Nadine Allworth and her daughter, Mary, practice yoga at the mother-and-daughter classes hosted by Allworth.
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A longtime Peninsula yoga teacher has developed a new series that aims to strengthen the bond between mothers and daughters.

Nadine Allworth, owner of Village Centre Yoga, created the series to help “during a time (when) many mothers and daughters experience a disconnect,” she said.

The yoga studio, located at 202-15515 24 Ave., will host the second session of the series starting Nov. 4. Classes take place on Mondays at 7:30 p.m.

For more information, contact Allworth at villagecentreyoga@gmail.com or visit 604-366-5272.

 

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