The Boston Public Library will soon become the yoga studio of your dreams


Boston residents have just been granted the ultimate yoga studio. From next month visitors will be able to avail of free yoga classes at the Boston Public Library. The Abbey room in the McKim building which is usually used for special events like readings, will become the venue for the classes.

The walls of the room feature murals painted by Edwin Austin Abbey while an antique marble fireplace and beamed ceilings add to the grandeur of the room. It’s probably the most unlikely yet most interesting yoga spot we’ve ever heard of.

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The one-hour classes will be held each Tuesday from Jan. 12 to Feb. 16, at 12 p.m. If the library manages to draw a crowd they will give some thought to extending the program beyond February so Boston residents had better get their yoga mats ready!

[ Via : Curbed ]

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