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Living with the Times

Something you may not know about your True Harmony family is we used to have a dance/yoga studio night here in office. That's because we recognize that body and mind work together in harmony! Being cooped up right now makes that difficult. It's important to get outside for some fresh air, move around, maybe even go for a swim. But sometimes it's just too hot. There are things you can do to shake up that cabin fever. Play your favorite music, find some new stuff you maybe haven't heard before, go wild! Stretch out in your own space! Have your family join in, or invite friends for a dance video bash. Take a little True Harmony home with you and let the fun begin! 

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