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Yoga Nidra with Priya

 

April 13th, Sunday 12-2pm

Discover Yoga Nidra or “yoga sleep” – a guided meditation that gradually withdraws awareness from the outer world and shifting it inward (pratyahara). It’s a state of mind that hovers between wakefulness and dream sleep, where mental activity quiets down and you enter a “sleep-like” state while maintaining a link to consciousness. Deep relaxation occurs, readying us for the last three limbs of yoga, dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi. Discussion, light asana, pranayama, Yoga Nidra.
What to bring: Dress comfortably, bring your mat, a cushion for your head, light blanket & an eye pillow if you wish.

$20 Pre registered, $25 at the door

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Gita and Sutras Study with Dina Stewart

 

April 27th, Sunday 1pm-2pm

Once a month on Sunday – FREE!!!! Come together as a community and study the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Handouts will be provided at each session.
The Bhagavad-Gita is the record of a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior, Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle – the ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins he knows well. In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help. The answers he gets are not exactly what he wants to hear, but it is Krishna’s opportunity to tell a mortal about how the universe operates, and the best approach to life.

The greatest classical text from the yoga school of Indian philosophy is the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, written in the second century BC. These “threads” on yoga or union, are extremely terse, stating concisely and often precisely, essential points or techniques. Originally these teachings were oral and were explained and interpreted by commentaries from a teacher guiding the student.

“We will be studying concepts from both texts. Copies of the books will be available at the studio for students to borrow and may also be available for purchase. Handouts will be provided as well. Please join us for engaging conversation regarding the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Tea and treats will be provided.”

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Kids Yoga

 

May 3rd, 2014 11:30am-12:30pm

Your kids will enjoy creative workshops with yoga games and songs, breath meditations, relaxing visualizations, and fun, fun, fun yoga movements for ages 5-10.

Yoga for children is a natural way to exercise, relax, focus, and strengthen the body/mind/spirit connection. Studies show that yoga is an effective self-help therapy for general health and well-being for all children.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS RECOMMENDED FOR ALL KIDS YOGA CLASSES, CLASS IS LIMITED TO 16 CHILDREN. SIGN IN ALL CHILDREN”S NAMES WHEN REGISTERING.

$10 Per Child

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Acro yoga jam

 

Every first Saturday May 3rd, 6pm

Come step outside the box and lift your practice in a safe and supportive environment. Blending yogic wisdom, acrobatic power and metta or loving kindness, of healing arts. AcroYoga practice cultivates trust, playfulness and community. No experience necessary and no partner needed. Yoga practice is helpful. Love, Light and Flight.

$20 pre registered, $25 day of

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Prenatal Yoga

 

May 4 to June 15th, Sundays 11:30-12:30pm, NO CLASS MOTHER”S DAY

Discover the physical and mental benefits of prenatal yoga during pregnancy, which yoga poses are safe when you’re pregnant, and how the use breath can calm your body and mind. We guide you through a class specifically designed for the journey of pregnancy,and help you connect with your baby and prepare you for childbirth. Yoga can also alleviate many of the discomforts of pregnancy such as nausea, constipation, varicose veins, swelling, back pain and sciatica. This is a 6 week series.

Price: $100 for 6 week series, $20 to drop in 1 class. PRE REGISTRATION REQUIRED, PLEASE PROVIDE A DR.S NOTE FOR INSTRUCTOR

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Sensory Yoga with Priya and Corinne

 

May 9th, Friday 6-8pm

Join Priya Idgunji, massage therapist Corinne Farrell & local musician Robb Brown, for an unparalleled restorative yoga experience for the senses. Envision a candlelit space… therapeutic aromas filling the air… live acoustic guitar music lulling you into a state of bliss… all while your body is coaxed to passively surrender into supported yoga postures using an array of bodywork techniques. Intimate & deeply restoring.

Pre-Registration is highly recommended, space is limited to 20 people.

$40 each

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Yoga for Self-Acceptance
with Demetra

 

May 10th, Saturday 2-4pm

This two-hour workshop will include gentle yoga poses, meditation, and discussion. Discussion topics will include letting go of perfection, changing negative thought patterns, body image, and relieving stress. We will learn how to let go of judgment of ourselves and others, both in yoga and in everyday life. Please bring a notebook/paper and a writing utensil.

$20 pre registered, $25 day of

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Gita and Sutras Study with Dina Stewart

 

May 18, Sunday 1pm-2pm

Once a month on Sunday – FREE!!!! Come together as a community and study the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Handouts will be provided at each session.
The Bhagavad-Gita is the record of a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior, Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle – the ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins he knows well. In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help. The answers he gets are not exactly what he wants to hear, but it is Krishna’s opportunity to tell a mortal about how the universe operates, and the best approach to life.

The greatest classical text from the yoga school of Indian philosophy is the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, written in the second century BC. These “threads” on yoga or union, are extremely terse, stating concisely and often precisely, essential points or techniques. Originally these teachings were oral and were explained and interpreted by commentaries from a teacher guiding the student.

“We will be studying concepts from both texts. Copies of the books will be available at the studio for students to borrow and may also be available for purchase. Handouts will be provided as well. Please join us for engaging conversation regarding the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Tea and treats will be provided.”

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Workshops with Mark Stephens

 

May 28th-31st

Yoga teacher and author Mark Stephens is one of the world’s leading trainers of yoga teachers. He is the author of Teaching Yoga: Essential Foundations and Techniques (2010), Yoga Sequencing: Foundations, Principles and Resources (2012), and the forthcoming Yoga Adjustments: Philosophies, Principles, and Techniques (2014). Mark’s eclectic style and open-minded approach to yoga draws from years of yoga practice and deep study of Ashtanga Vinyasa, Iyengar, vinyasa flow, yoga therapy, tantra and ayurveda as well as learning theory, philosophy, functional anatomy, bio-mechanics and kinesiology, offering a synthesis of traditional and contemporary insights into the practice.

Mark started exploring yoga on his own as a teenager drawn to philosophy and metaphysics in the 1970s, began a consistent daily practice in 1991, has taught yoga since 1996. In 1997, Mark founded Yoga Inside Foundation and began training yoga teachers and giving them support in bringing yoga into hundreds inner city schools, treatment centers, prisons and shelters across the U.S. and Canada; he received Yoga Journal’s 1st Annual Karma Yoga Award in 2000 for this non-profit service. He is the founder of L.A. Yoga Center (now Yoga Works Westwood) and Santa Cruz Yoga, where he presently teaches and directs the yoga teacher training program. Mark offers classes, workshops, trainings and retreats worldwide.

Join Mark for 4 days of workshops including;
The Art & Science of Sequencing
The Traditional Energetic of Sequencing
Applied Core and Arm Balances
Pranayama and Meditation
Breaking down the Sun Salutations
Heart Opening and Backbends

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Acro yoga jam

 

Every first Saturday June 7th, 6pm

Come step outside the box and lift your practice in a safe and supportive environment. Blending yogic wisdom, acrobatic power and metta or loving kindness, of healing arts. AcroYoga practice cultivates trust, playfulness and community. No experience necessary and no partner needed. Yoga practice is helpful. Love, Light and Flight.

$20 pre registered, $25 day of

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Gita and Sutras Study with Dina Stewart

 

June 22nd, Sunday 1pm-2pm

Once a month on Sunday – FREE!!!! Come together as a community and study the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Handouts will be provided at each session.
The Bhagavad-Gita is the record of a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior, Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle – the ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins he knows well. In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help. The answers he gets are not exactly what he wants to hear, but it is Krishna’s opportunity to tell a mortal about how the universe operates, and the best approach to life.

The greatest classical text from the yoga school of Indian philosophy is the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, written in the second century BC. These “threads” on yoga or union, are extremely terse, stating concisely and often precisely, essential points or techniques. Originally these teachings were oral and were explained and interpreted by commentaries from a teacher guiding the student.

“We will be studying concepts from both texts. Copies of the books will be available at the studio for students to borrow and may also be available for purchase. Handouts will be provided as well. Please join us for engaging conversation regarding the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Tea and treats will be provided.”

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Gita and Sutras Study with Dina Stewart

 

July 20th, Sunday 1pm-2pm

Once a month on Sunday – FREE!!!! Come together as a community and study the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Handouts will be provided at each session.
The Bhagavad-Gita is the record of a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior, Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle – the ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins he knows well. In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help. The answers he gets are not exactly what he wants to hear, but it is Krishna’s opportunity to tell a mortal about how the universe operates, and the best approach to life.

The greatest classical text from the yoga school of Indian philosophy is the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, written in the second century BC. These “threads” on yoga or union, are extremely terse, stating concisely and often precisely, essential points or techniques. Originally these teachings were oral and were explained and interpreted by commentaries from a teacher guiding the student.

“We will be studying concepts from both texts. Copies of the books will be available at the studio for students to borrow and may also be available for purchase. Handouts will be provided as well. Please join us for engaging conversation regarding the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Tea and treats will be provided.”

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Gita and Sutras Study with Dina Stewart

 

August 24th, Sunday 1pm-2pm

Once a month on Sunday – FREE!!!! Come together as a community and study the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Handouts will be provided at each session.
The Bhagavad-Gita is the record of a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior, Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle – the ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins he knows well. In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help. The answers he gets are not exactly what he wants to hear, but it is Krishna’s opportunity to tell a mortal about how the universe operates, and the best approach to life.

The greatest classical text from the yoga school of Indian philosophy is the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, written in the second century BC. These “threads” on yoga or union, are extremely terse, stating concisely and often precisely, essential points or techniques. Originally these teachings were oral and were explained and interpreted by commentaries from a teacher guiding the student.

“We will be studying concepts from both texts. Copies of the books will be available at the studio for students to borrow and may also be available for purchase. Handouts will be provided as well. Please join us for engaging conversation regarding the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Tea and treats will be provided.”

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Yoga Nidra with Priya

 

September 14th, Sunday 12-2pm

Discover Yoga Nidra or “yoga sleep” – a guided meditation that gradually withdraws awareness from the outer world and shifting it inward (pratyahara). It’s a state of mind that hovers between wakefulness and dream sleep, where mental activity quiets down and you enter a “sleep-like” state while maintaining a link to consciousness. Deep relaxation occurs, readying us for the last three limbs of yoga, dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi. Discussion, light asana, pranayama, Yoga Nidra.
What to bring: Dress comfortably, bring your mat, a cushion for your head, light blanket & an eye pillow if you wish.

$20 Pre registered, $25 at the door

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Workshops with jennifer Jarrett

 

September 19th-21st, 2014

While still an Indiana girl at heart, Jennifer is a San Francisco based Yoga Teacher and Holistic Health Coach who loves to laugh until it hurts, snuggle with her dog, Ruby, eat good food, travel and spend as much time as possible with friends and family. Inspired by her passion for life and her profound gratitude for all of its blessings, Jennifer’s classes are a vigorous and empowering, yet nurturing celebration where movement, awareness and the breath merge to create a balance, joy and ease. She will make you sweat and she will help you find your edge, but she will do so in the most supportive and loving way, always encouraging you to trust the teacher within and to be kind to yourself in all that you do. Jennifer is continually inspired to create a space within her classes where people can get out of their heads and into their hearts and have a really good time doing so.

Jennifer teaches Bhakti Flow (the yoga of love and devotion) workshops & teacher trainings around the country and leads retreats internationally through The Travel Yogi. She is an ambassador for Solow and Inyo and also writes as one of the Wellness Experts for MindBodyGreen, a go-to guide for all things yoga and wellness. Find her on her website, on Facebook, on Twitter and on Instagram. Here are the links…

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Kids Yoga

 

September 27th, 2014 11:30am-12:30pm

Your kids will enjoy creative workshops with yoga games and songs, breath meditations, relaxing visualizations, and fun, fun, fun yoga movements for ages 5-10.

Yoga for children is a natural way to exercise, relax, focus, and strengthen the body/mind/spirit connection. Studies show that yoga is an effective self-help therapy for general health and well-being for all children.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS RECOMMENDED FOR ALL KIDS YOGA CLASSES, CLASS IS LIMITED TO 16 CHILDREN. SIGN IN ALL CHILDREN”S NAMES WHEN REGISTERING.

$10 Per Child

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Gita and Sutras Study with Dina Stewart

 

September 28th, Sunday 1pm-2pm

Once a month on Sunday – FREE!!!! Come together as a community and study the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Handouts will be provided at each session.
The Bhagavad-Gita is the record of a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior, Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle – the ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins he knows well. In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help. The answers he gets are not exactly what he wants to hear, but it is Krishna’s opportunity to tell a mortal about how the universe operates, and the best approach to life.

The greatest classical text from the yoga school of Indian philosophy is the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, written in the second century BC. These “threads” on yoga or union, are extremely terse, stating concisely and often precisely, essential points or techniques. Originally these teachings were oral and were explained and interpreted by commentaries from a teacher guiding the student.

“We will be studying concepts from both texts. Copies of the books will be available at the studio for students to borrow and may also be available for purchase. Handouts will be provided as well. Please join us for engaging conversation regarding the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Tea and treats will be provided.”

Free Event

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Yoga Nidra with Priya

 

October 19th, Sunday 12-2pm

Discover Yoga Nidra or “yoga sleep” – a guided meditation that gradually withdraws awareness from the outer world and shifting it inward (pratyahara). It’s a state of mind that hovers between wakefulness and dream sleep, where mental activity quiets down and you enter a “sleep-like” state while maintaining a link to consciousness. Deep relaxation occurs, readying us for the last three limbs of yoga, dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi. Discussion, light asana, pranayama, Yoga Nidra.
What to bring: Dress comfortably, bring your mat, a cushion for your head, light blanket & an eye pillow if you wish.

$20 Pre registered, $25 at the door

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Kids Yoga

 

October 25th, 2014 11:30am-12:30pm

Your kids will enjoy creative workshops with yoga games and songs, breath meditations, relaxing visualizations, and fun, fun, fun yoga movements for ages 5-10.

Yoga for children is a natural way to exercise, relax, focus, and strengthen the body/mind/spirit connection. Studies show that yoga is an effective self-help therapy for general health and well-being for all children.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS RECOMMENDED FOR ALL KIDS YOGA CLASSES, CLASS IS LIMITED TO 16 CHILDREN. SIGN IN ALL CHILDREN”S NAMES WHEN REGISTERING.

$10 Per Child

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Gita and Sutras Study with Dina Stewart

 

October 26th, Sunday 1pm-2pm

Once a month on Sunday – FREE!!!! Come together as a community and study the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Handouts will be provided at each session.
The Bhagavad-Gita is the record of a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior, Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle – the ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins he knows well. In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help. The answers he gets are not exactly what he wants to hear, but it is Krishna’s opportunity to tell a mortal about how the universe operates, and the best approach to life.

The greatest classical text from the yoga school of Indian philosophy is the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, written in the second century BC. These “threads” on yoga or union, are extremely terse, stating concisely and often precisely, essential points or techniques. Originally these teachings were oral and were explained and interpreted by commentaries from a teacher guiding the student.

“We will be studying concepts from both texts. Copies of the books will be available at the studio for students to borrow and may also be available for purchase. Handouts will be provided as well. Please join us for engaging conversation regarding the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Tea and treats will be provided.”

Free Event

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Sensory Yoga with Priya and Corinne

 

November 7th, Friday 6-8pm

Join Priya Idgunji, massage therapist Corinne Farrell & local musician Robb Brown, for an unparalleled restorative yoga experience for the senses. Envision a candlelit space… therapeutic aromas filling the air… live acoustic guitar music lulling you into a state of bliss… all while your body is coaxed to passively surrender into supported yoga postures using an array of bodywork techniques. Intimate & deeply restoring.

Pre-Registration is highly recommended, space is limited to 20 people.

$40 each

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Yoga Nidra with Priya

 

November 16th, Sunday 12-2pm

Discover Yoga Nidra or “yoga sleep” – a guided meditation that gradually withdraws awareness from the outer world and shifting it inward (pratyahara). It’s a state of mind that hovers between wakefulness and dream sleep, where mental activity quiets down and you enter a “sleep-like” state while maintaining a link to consciousness. Deep relaxation occurs, readying us for the last three limbs of yoga, dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi. Discussion, light asana, pranayama, Yoga Nidra.
What to bring: Dress comfortably, bring your mat, a cushion for your head, light blanket & an eye pillow if you wish.

$20 Pre registered, $25 at the door

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Kids Yoga

 

November 22nd, 2014 11:30am-12:30pm

Your kids will enjoy creative workshops with yoga games and songs, breath meditations, relaxing visualizations, and fun, fun, fun yoga movements for ages 5-10.

Yoga for children is a natural way to exercise, relax, focus, and strengthen the body/mind/spirit connection. Studies show that yoga is an effective self-help therapy for general health and well-being for all children.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS RECOMMENDED FOR ALL KIDS YOGA CLASSES, CLASS IS LIMITED TO 16 CHILDREN. SIGN IN ALL CHILDREN”S NAMES WHEN REGISTERING.

$10 Per Child

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Gita and Sutras Study with Dina Stewart

 

November 23rd, Sunday 1pm-2pm

Once a month on Sunday – FREE!!!! Come together as a community and study the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Handouts will be provided at each session.
The Bhagavad-Gita is the record of a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior, Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle – the ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins he knows well. In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help. The answers he gets are not exactly what he wants to hear, but it is Krishna’s opportunity to tell a mortal about how the universe operates, and the best approach to life.

The greatest classical text from the yoga school of Indian philosophy is the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, written in the second century BC. These “threads” on yoga or union, are extremely terse, stating concisely and often precisely, essential points or techniques. Originally these teachings were oral and were explained and interpreted by commentaries from a teacher guiding the student.

“We will be studying concepts from both texts. Copies of the books will be available at the studio for students to borrow and may also be available for purchase. Handouts will be provided as well. Please join us for engaging conversation regarding the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Tea and treats will be provided.”

Free Event

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Kids Yoga

 

December 20th, 2014 11:30am-12:30pm

Your kids will enjoy creative workshops with yoga games and songs, breath meditations, relaxing visualizations, and fun, fun, fun yoga movements for ages 5-10.

Yoga for children is a natural way to exercise, relax, focus, and strengthen the body/mind/spirit connection. Studies show that yoga is an effective self-help therapy for general health and well-being for all children.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS RECOMMENDED FOR ALL KIDS YOGA CLASSES, CLASS IS LIMITED TO 16 CHILDREN. SIGN IN ALL CHILDREN”S NAMES WHEN REGISTERING.

$10 Per Child

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Gita and Sutras Study with Dina Stewart

 

December 21st, Sunday 1pm-2pm

Once a month on Sunday – FREE!!!! Come together as a community and study the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Handouts will be provided at each session.
The Bhagavad-Gita is the record of a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior, Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle – the ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins he knows well. In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help. The answers he gets are not exactly what he wants to hear, but it is Krishna’s opportunity to tell a mortal about how the universe operates, and the best approach to life.

The greatest classical text from the yoga school of Indian philosophy is the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, written in the second century BC. These “threads” on yoga or union, are extremely terse, stating concisely and often precisely, essential points or techniques. Originally these teachings were oral and were explained and interpreted by commentaries from a teacher guiding the student.

“We will be studying concepts from both texts. Copies of the books will be available at the studio for students to borrow and may also be available for purchase. Handouts will be provided as well. Please join us for engaging conversation regarding the philosophy behind our yoga practice. Tea and treats will be provided.”

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