Yoga stretches into Fitness Center schedule
By Joe Fischer, Fort Shafter Physical Fitness Center, U.S. Army Garrison-HawaiiMay 7, 2010
Classes are free for active duty military and family members
FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii - Yoga Classes have returned to the Fort Shafter Physical Fitness Center.
Yoga classes are taught by Pom Vogel on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12-1 p.m., and 5-6 p.m., in the racquetball court, here.
The classes are free for all authorized guests.
Vogel is a certified and registered yoga instructor from Thailand. She has taught yoga since 2003, after completeing her teacher training in Bangkok.
The classes tune in to the individual needs of each student. The classes ensure that attendees come out of the class strengthened and focused.
Ever mindful of each student's individual challenges, this yoga instruction never fails to be inspiring and motivating, and filled with kindness and humor.
For more information, call the Fort Shafter Physical Fitness Center at 808-438-1152.
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