Yogis leave the studio for stage

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Yogis leave the studio for stage

Living Yoga Project makes exercise entertaining
From left, Jacquline Boudreau, Melissa Bates, Jessica Pierce and Ellie Ellis prepare for this weekend’s performances of “Premanata” at the Smiley Building. The event is best described as a dance performance infused with yoga.
From left, Ryan Osborne, Brant AuCoin, Brandon Brashers and Brady Wilson rehearse a number from The Living Yoga Project’s upcoming performance of “Premanata.”
Jessica Pierce, left, and Kate Greenberg work on their routine for “Premanata.”
If you go

The Living Yoga Project will give three performances of “Premonata” at the Smiley Building, 1309 East Third Ave. Show times are 7 p.m. today and Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday. Doors open 45 minutes before the performance. Tickets cost $20 ($15 students/$10 kids 12 and under), available at www.brownpapertickets.com or at either Yoga Durango location and Maria’s Bookshop. For more information, call 749-7052 or 769-6875.

Yogis leave the studio for stage

From left, Jacquline Boudreau, Melissa Bates, Jessica Pierce and Ellie Ellis prepare for this weekend’s performances of “Premanata” at the Smiley Building. The event is best described as a dance performance infused with yoga.
From left, Ryan Osborne, Brant AuCoin, Brandon Brashers and Brady Wilson rehearse a number from The Living Yoga Project’s upcoming performance of “Premanata.”
Jessica Pierce, left, and Kate Greenberg work on their routine for “Premanata.”
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