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Pranique Yoga offers special healing

hillsevbiz012916: Corinne Clynes leads a special crystal singing bowl yoga and meditation class at Pranique Yoga. Photo courtesy of Pranique Yoga.

hillsevbiz012916: Corinne Clynes leads a special crystal singing bowl yoga and meditation class at Pranique Yoga. Photo courtesy of Pranique Yoga.

OLDSMAR — Since Pranique Yoga & Wellness opened late last year, people from all over the Tampa Bay area have come to experience its offerings.

In addition to yoga, the center offers meditation, therapy massage beds and pranic healing, a form of energy medicine that co-owner Nicole Fouche says cleanses the energy systems of the body.

"It really is a unique concept," Fouche said. "The whole concept of pranic healing, nobody else is doing it on the west coast of Florida."

She added her concept facilitates healing and health. Fouche, who has an extensive background in physical therapy, started doing pranic healing full time eight years ago.

"Pranic healing is actually a preventative, as well as curative, form of healing," Fouche said.

Pranique Yoga & Wellness also offers a variety of group yoga classes such as amrit, vinyasa flow and gentle hatha. Another option is hot box yoga, which combines the benefits of infrared sauna therapy and yoga.

Group meditation, and personal and group chakra balance sessions also are offered.

Membership packages start at $19.99, and classes and sessions can be booked online or on the phone app. The Silver Warriors package includes one year of yoga for $99 for those 60 and older and for veterans.

Pranique Yoga & Wellness is at 400 N Race Track Road, and is open daily. For more information, call (813) 510-4972, or visit praniquecenter.com.

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