Exercising to feed the hungry in East Lyme
East Lyme — A Yoga and Fitness Benefit was held Saturday at Roger's Field behind St. John's Episcopal Church in Niantic.
During the event, hosted by Zen and Now Wellness Studio in Niantic, there was a group fitness class that worked on a combination of conditioning, cardio and abs exercises, and other classes during the morning were Yoga Flow, Yin Yoga and at the end a guided meditation and Yoga Nidra.
The benefit was for the food pantry at the church, and people attending could donate cash or food items.
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