Yoga at Hagley
Hagley is delighted to offer a new benefit for our members at the Household and above levels: exclusive yoga classes with teacher Mary Currie. Classes will be held Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Use Hagley's Buck Road East entrance, GPS address 298 Buck Road, Wilmington, DE 19807.
Classes are usually held in Hagley's Soda House, but occasionally in the Library. There will be a sign at the front gate indicating which building will host Yoga that day.
Fee: $15 per class for members and $20 for nonmembers, paid directly to the teacher.
Members are invited to bring a friend to try out the class. If your guests enjoy the experience, we request that they join at the Household level or above at their next class. If you are a current member at the Individual, Scholar, or Dual level, you will need to upgrade your membership to participate in this exclusive new member benefit.
Mary Currie, Director of Yoga at Wilmington Country Club, is a lifelong fitness enthusiast. She began practicing yoga in 2001 and has since received her Professional Teacher’s Certification, is a Level II Reiki Practitioner, and completed numerous curriculums, including: “Flexibility for Athletes,” "Thai-Yoga Body Work Certification," and "Balanced Athlete Training."
For more information about Yoga at Hagley or your membership level, please contact Kim Kelleher at firstname.lastname@example.org or (302) 658-2400 ext. 235.
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