ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta's newest yoga classes will have
spectators of mammoth proportions.
The Georgia Aquarium is launching a program where guests can
practice their downward facing dog and lotus poses while gazing at
the world's largest fish tank each Sunday. The "Yoga Under the
Sea" program opens this weekend with sessions for adults,
children, senior citizens and Spanish-speakers.
Classes are $20 for aquarium members and $35 for nonmembers.
Children's classes are $25 each.
The Georgia Aquarium in downtown Atlanta is the largest on the
globe with a 6.3-million-gallon tank featuring whale sharks, beluga
whales and the only manta ray at a U.S. aquarium.
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