Boston Public Library to Offer Free Yoga Classes

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All the yogis who love a good book, please raise your hands because this one’s for you.

The Boston Public Library is offering free yoga classes in the Abbey Room at the McKim Building starting mid-January.

Yoga in the Library

The Abbey Room at the main branch of the Copley Square Library is usually reserved for readings from books, but it will soon be infused with the yogic lifestyle.

It looks like a great place to do your Down Dog. This room has murals by Edwin Austin Abbey called “The Quest and Achievement of the Holy Grail.” It also features an antique marble fireplace and a ceiling with a beam” inspired by the Doge’s Palace in Venice.

M”  Chael Colford, the director of library services, said: “It is a beautiful and tranquil place. I believe it will be the perfect environment for this kind of event.

He continued, “It is very tranquil.” There were two rooms available, but we thought this was the best room for yoga.

Yoga Classes

“lasses will begin on “January 12 and end on February 16 at noon. Rebecca Pacheco of will teach each class for an hour. The Abbey Room has a maximum capacity of fifty people. Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

If the yoga program proves popular, the library may consider offering the classes at a later time or extending their dates.

Yoga in a library would be a great experience for book lovers. I could spend the entire day in a bookshop, especially if yoga is involved. So enjoy, Boston yogis!

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