Yia Mas Greek Dance Club Continues on Feb. 17

NEW YORK – Yia Mas continues its Greek Dance Club on Wednesday, February 17, 7:30 PM EST. One of Yia Mas’ most popular signature workshops, the Greek Dance Club features a mindful movement warmup to get you started, followed by an hour of learning dances in a fun, supportive atmosphere.

Yia Mas founder Kristina Headrick will be teaching the Feb. 17 class and noted via email that “a sliding scale is available for tickets! If you've lost work due to COVID-19 and still want to join, let us know.”

All classes take place virtually on Zoom at 7:30 PM EST and note that the Zoom link is shared with attendees within 24 hours of the live class.

More information is available online: https://www.yia-mas.com/events/greek-dance-club.

On the Yia Mas e-shop online, their newest cozy piece, a sweatshirt that doubles as a reminder, embroidered in Greek, to do all things with your health in mind.

Also available, Yia Mas’ AGAPI Avli and Aphrodite Soma candles with a special 15% off your entire order NOW through 11:59 PM EST Friday, February 5 with the code "ALLAGAPI" at checkout.

Shop online: https://www.yia-mas.com/shop.


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