happenings this month Try a yoga session in Dubai’s biodome
Try a yoga session in Dubai’s biodome
Updated on 16 July 2017

Perhaps one of the most tranquil spots in the city, The Green Planet, the region’s first standalone educational and recreational biodome, is hosting yoga sessions this summer. Visitors can flex their body in the company of the resident flora and fauna. The 90-minute sessions will be held every Friday and Saturday between 7.30am and 9am. Open to fitness enthusiasts of all levels, the classes will feature variations of hatha yoga, vinyasa yoga and meditation. Priced at Dhs 100 per class. Register at www.136point1.ae

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