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Health and wellness are at the forefront of the Fitness Under the Wings program at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

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“Yoga is for everyone,” said Amy Fecher of Indigo Yoga. “If you can get off the ground, you can do this class.”

From improved strength and flexibility to reduced stress and tension, yoga can positively affect the body and mind.

“The benefits are enormous,” Fecher said. “You’ll be able to do things easier and with less pain. And you’ll be calm and relaxed. Everyone should do yoga.

The free one-hour class is a great introduction to yoga, with the added bonus of a free yoga mat for those who attend all four weeks.

For those looking to log a few steps without braving the cold, walkers can explore the extensive museum along a measured, one-mile, repeatable walking trail. New galleries are featured every week. Strollers are welcome so the whole family can have fun.

While both programs are free and open to the public, registration is requested. Participants may attend some or all of the weekly Fitness Under the Wings programs.

Exercise Under Wings

What: Opt for a free yoga class with Indigo Yoga or follow a one-mile, repeatable walking trail featuring a new museum gallery each week.

Where: National Museum of the United States Air Force, 1100 Spotts St., Dayton

When: Saturdays in January from 8am to 9pm

Further: Pre-registration requested at Bring your own yoga mat and water.

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