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Yoga Borealis opens in Alexandria

Jen Frohne is the owner/instructor of Yoga Borealis. Frohne’s goal is to help students find grace and acceptance, and to live a life with purpose, peace, and light.

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Tom and Jen Frohne, owner of Yoga Borealis, are shown with representatives from the City of Alexandria and the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce. Contributed photo

Yoga Borealis held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Dec. 1 to celebrate the opening of its studio in the upper level of 609 ½ Broadway St. in historic downtown Alexandria.

The yoga studio offers Vinyasa, Slow Flow Vinyasa, Yin, and Gentle Yoga. It also has a retail selection including many woman-made items from the upper Midwest region.

Jen Frohne is the owner/instructor of Yoga Borealis. Frohne’s goal is to help students find grace and acceptance, and to live a life with purpose, peace, and light. You can find her schedule of classes, registration and learn more about Yoga Borealis online at yogaborealismn.com.

Ribbon Cuttings are a service offered by the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce. To learn more, email info@alexandriamn.org or call 320-763-3161.

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