How to use an app to learn yoga classes online, learn in person

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(AP) You might be able to get online yoga lessons in less than a day.

But if you’re a yoga instructor who wants to make sure your students get the most out of your classes, you might want to take a look at what’s available online.

And if you can’t find a good online yoga class, here are some tips for taking your classes offline.MORE TOP STORIES:LIVE MUSIC ONLINE!

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