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Free MS Yoga Classes
Tuesday 26 October 2021, 11:00am - 12:10pm
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Santa Barbara Yoga Center
Studio 2
32 East Micheltorena Street
Santa Barbara, CA  93101
(805) 965-6045


(Beginning on the following dates and held weekly.)
Tuesday, Sept. 10, 11:00–12:10
Thursday, Sept. 12, 2:00–3:15


Free September 10 through November 12. $5/class thereafter.


Street parking is available for 90-minutes around SB Yoga Studio. Unlimited parking is available across the street in front of Notre Dame School, except for 7:00-9:00 AM and 2:00-4:00 PM. Unlimited parking is also available nearby around Alameda Park as posted. 


Sharon GenungSharon Genung

Sharon was diagnosed with MS in 2001 and began practicing yoga in 2004. She has maintained a daily practice since 2010 and has been teaching since 2016. Sharon has been teaching MS students at Eric Small’s home studio since November 2018. Currently, she studies Iyengar yoga at Santa Barbara Yoga Center and at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of Los Angeles, preparing to become a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher in 2020. 


If you're new to MS, and you're just overwhelmed and/or fearful, you need to know that there is help available. Take a big deep breath. Your doctor is not going to have enough time for a complete orientation to answer every question you have. But there is someone knowledgeable who does. nmss logoWe suggest you first start with the National MS Society's MSFriends® One-on-One Connections. If you live in the Central Coast, there is also someone local who can be your mentor. Please contact us for additional help.



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