Isn’t the internet age fantastic? As of last week, Baltimoreans who want to be more limber and/or have been the victims of a crime don’t have to leave the cozy confines of their home to get feedback on their downward-facing dog/report an instance of theft. I can’t wait to find out what’s next.
Charm City Yoga, pretty much everyone’s pick as the best yoga studio in town, announced last week that it plans to offer online classes live on the internet. These aren’t the pre-recorded YouTube yoga classes you can get on other sites; they’re live, and involve interaction via webcam (so you can’t slack off). Whereas a yoga class at Charm City IRL costs $15, the online version is $12. Next week’s offerings include beginner yoga, advanced vinyasa, and bootcamp circuit training.
And if you happen to get robbed during your online yoga class, you can use your computer to deal with that, too. Online police reports work only for minor crimes (vandalism, robbery, etc.) that took place within Baltimore City limits and have no known suspects. If the police department decides your case warrants further investigation, they’ll be in touch.
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