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Finding yourself feeling blue? If so, this is the perfect time for quiet reflection. Perhaps a brisk walk, gardening or an artistic pursuit could be just what you need to get out of your funk. A class such as Pilates will help strengthen your core and build your spirit while providing the physical release your body craves.
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