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Nonprofit Offers 'Wellness Week' for Grand Opening

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A nonprofit is kicking off its grand opening with a week of wellness to help you keep up with those New Year's resolutions.   

Common Ground Healing Arts, located in the Jefferson School City Center, is offering free yoga classes and discounts on wellness packages through the end of the week. The rates for yoga, acupuncture, and massages vary depending on your income level.

"Things like yoga, massage, acupuncture - these are all great stress reduction techniques and everyone in the life experiences stress regardless of what neighborhood, their economic level, so all these techniques have proven effective for helping general stress," said Kate Zuckerman, executive director of Common Ground Healing Arts.

Common Ground has 30 yoga classes a week.  For the full schedule of classes, click here.

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