Local yoga studio finds new ways to connect with the community during stay-at-home orders

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Yogis have found a way to continue their practice despite quarantine measures. Adriane Alvarez, owner and director of Home Yoga Studio, 28475 Old Town Front St., Suite B, in Temecula, moved their yoga classes onto Zoom’s online platform when COVID-19 stay-at-home measures were first being put in place. “I closed the studio doors and we went online on Zoom immediately, and we just resumed our full schedule via online,” Alvarez said. “I just decided that for the community, not just the yoga community, but my direct Temecula community just kind of doing our part and helping to flatten the curve.” It’s been challenging, she said, but the overall outlook on moving classes online has been positive. “Lately we’ve been pretty solid,” Alvarez said. “Sundays I have ab
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