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Korean Performing Arts Center

Monthly Event - Day 10 of every month: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)


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2013 Korean Performing Arts Center



Free Open Class (February 2013)


Enjoy Yoga at Korean Traditional Performing Arts Center with our professional instructor!!!


(Vinyasa Yoga)

Monday, February 18, 2013
At 7:00 – 8:00pm

Yoga aims to unite the mind, body, and spirit. Yogis view that the mind and body are one, and if taken to the right environment, the body can find harmony and heal itself.  It also helps you become more aware of your body's posture, alignment and patterns of movement. It makes the body more flexible and helps you relax even in the midst of a stress-stricken environment. Start Yoga at KPAC to feel fitter, more energetic, peaceful, and get some exercise!!!


Location: Korean Performing Arts Center
(12 E 33rd ST, 5th FL. New York, NY 10016)


*For more information about the classes or registration, please contact us: Call: 212-921-9344 · Email: edu@kpacnyc.org

Have questions about YOGA OPEN CLASS? Contact Korean Performing Arts Center


12E 33rd Street 5Fl

New York, NY 10016

Monthly Event - Day 10 of every month: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

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Korean Performing Arts Center


Korean Traditional Performing Arts Association (KTPAA) is an artists’ group that endeavors to preserve, cultivate, and disseminate Korean cultural arts in the United States. Its members consist of individuals, and professionals of the Korean traditional music and dance from Korean-American community in New York area who are dedicate to promoting intercultural understanding and appreciation of Korea’s artistic heritage and history.
The association founded in 1986 as the “Korean Traditional Arts Community.” Along with growing community support, the association later adopted its official name, Korean Traditional Performing Arts Association in 1990. In 1993, they were formally recognized by the State of New York as a non-profit organization, and since 1998, it has been receiving annual grants from the Folk Arts Program of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

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