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You Can Do Yoga in the Boston Public Library's Abbey Room

If you've ever wanted to do yoga, but you just didn't think you could become enlightened in a dingy, uninspiring yoga studio, then have no fear: starting today (and continuing every Tuesday through February 16) residents of the Boston area are invited to free yoga classes in the Abbey Room of the McKim Building at the Boston Public Library, surely one of the more architecturally impressive places where free yoga classes are being offered in the world. The McKim Building was built in 1895 by architect Charles Follen McKim of McKim, Mead, and White, and the Abbey Room was lined with murals by artist Edwin Austin Abbey that same year.
· Boston Public Library to offer free yoga classes [Boston Globe]