Children’s yoga program begins May 2

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Alongside program facilitator Nicole Farinhas, Poojitha Kalasapati, 12, and Brianna Kheketrow, 10, both from North Brunswick, participate in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Schayta Sharma, 10, and Abigail Penick, 11, both from North Brunswick, participate in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Abigail Penick, 11, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Bridget Schmidt, 11, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Ansvika Kumar, 8, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Amruta Jayaganesh, 9, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Alongside program facilitator Nicole Farinhas, Poojitha Kalasapati, 12, and Brianna Kheketrow, 10, both from North Brunswick, participate in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Schayta Sharma, 10, and Abigail Penick, 11, both from North Brunswick, participate in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Abigail Penick, 11, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Alongside program facilitator Nicole Farinhas, Poojitha Kalasapati, 12, and Brianna Kheketrow, 10, both from North Brunswick, participate in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Schayta Sharma, 10, and Abigail Penick, 11, both from North Brunswick, participate in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Abigail Penick, 11, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Bridget Schmidt, 11, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Ansvika Kumar, 8, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Amruta Jayaganesh, 9, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Alongside program facilitator Nicole Farinhas, Poojitha Kalasapati, 12, and Brianna Kheketrow, 10, both from North Brunswick, participate in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Schayta Sharma, 10, and Abigail Penick, 11, both from North Brunswick, participate in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI
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Abigail Penick, 11, from North Brunswick, participates in “Get Up and Move”, a nine week physical education program sponsored by GCADA and the North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee for girls in grades 3-8 held at North Brunswick Community Park on May 9.REBECCA NOWALSKI

The North Brunswick Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Services (DPRCS) is offering a Kids Yoga program on Tuesday evenings from May 2-23 at the North Brunswick Senior Center, 15 Linwood Place.

Classes for ages 4-8 is from 5-5:30 p.m., and from 5:30-6:15 p.m. for ages 9-12.

Each class is age-appropriate and is quite different from a typical adult yoga class. Through the use of fun poses, music and yoga stories, the class will include basic stretching exercises that promote strength, flexibility, coordination and body awareness. Breathing and visualization techniques and games will teach children how to focus, relax and develop self control.

Participants are encouraged to bring a yoga mat as there are only a limited number of mats to lend.

The fee is $30 per child.

For registration information,  call 732-247-0922, ext. 475 or visit the DPRCS office, 710 Hermann Road, North Brunswick.