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Amanda Biccum
Andre Luke
Christine Durant
Denise Lum
Fiona Rose
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Kitty Aqvino-Esparrago
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Paola King
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Zumba Fitness
with Denise Lum
1 hour minutes
Zumba is a spicy mixture of different dance styles such as salsa, merengue, mambo, flamenco, chachacha, hip hop and tango. Certified Zumba Instructor, Sica Bajada, is excited to teach this new class and create a dance revolution here at Body Techniques!

Sunday, March 08 at 8:45 am
9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
440944
289689
Vinyasa Yoga 2
with Amanda Biccum
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This class is for students who have a good foundation in Surya Namaskar A and B and are looking for a faster-paced flow.  In addition to poses covered in the Intro class and Vinyasa 1, the teacher will introduce arm balances, headstand, shoulderstand and more advanced pranayama work.  Students should be free on injury and have a moderate level of physical fitness.  Prior vinyasa experience required.
About Amanda Biccum
As with most things in life, yoga came across my path at just the right time. I was in a place of change; seeking the opportunity to get more in touch with my self both physically and mentally. I still remember my first class, it changed me from the inside out. I came to the mat for the physical benefits but what kept me coming back was what I experienced each time I laid down for savasana and the tranquility that stayed with me hours after. Yoga affected me so deeply that I decided to take a 200hr Teacher Training Course so that I too could give others the feelings that yoga gave me. After my training was complete and I began teaching I realized that I wanted to go deeper both in my personal practice as well as what I could offer to students, so I traveled to the heart of yoga- Rishikesh, India where my true yogic journey began. I completed a 300hr Teacher Training Course which allows me to teach a style that blends both Eastern and Western ideas of yoga into one. My classes are slow and meditative yet challenging and inspiring. Whether you want a clearer picture on what a pose should feel like, or want to dance with your breath through a moving meditation, the first step starts with the one on the mat. - Amanda Biccum 500 RYT

Tuesday, March 03 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
323704
289689
Vinyasa Yoga 1-2
with Amanda Biccum
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This class is suitable for those who feel comfortable practicing Sun Salutations and have prior experience with vinyasa yoga.Meditation and simple chants open and close the class to create a mindful space.Sequences explore Warrior poses, forward bends, balancing poses, twists and backbends.Modifications are offered to allow every body to find centering within each pose.Pranayama work outside of ujayii breath is introduced.Students should be free of major injuries.
About Amanda Biccum
As with most things in life, yoga came across my path at just the right time. I was in a place of change; seeking the opportunity to get more in touch with my self both physically and mentally. I still remember my first class, it changed me from the inside out. I came to the mat for the physical benefits but what kept me coming back was what I experienced each time I laid down for savasana and the tranquility that stayed with me hours after. Yoga affected me so deeply that I decided to take a 200hr Teacher Training Course so that I too could give others the feelings that yoga gave me. After my training was complete and I began teaching I realized that I wanted to go deeper both in my personal practice as well as what I could offer to students, so I traveled to the heart of yoga- Rishikesh, India where my true yogic journey began. I completed a 300hr Teacher Training Course which allows me to teach a style that blends both Eastern and Western ideas of yoga into one. My classes are slow and meditative yet challenging and inspiring. Whether you want a clearer picture on what a pose should feel like, or want to dance with your breath through a moving meditation, the first step starts with the one on the mat. - Amanda Biccum 500 RYT

Thursday, March 05 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
1355169
289689
Alignment Workshop
with Amanda Biccum
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
In this class we will dive into the essence of yoga, by understanding why we practice.Although yoga is a great physical work out, it is also a science that has been developed over 2,500 years.Through this science we can achieve great physical strength and flexibility, mental clarity, and have emotional releases all of which go far beyond what is practiced in the classroom. We will experience all that yoga has to offer by exploring our bodies and moving beyond the mind which can eventually connect us to the true self. We will learn correct alignment in the most fundamental Asanas (postures) as well as dive into the energetic body exploring the sensations of the breath and chakras. This class is great for both beginners and for those who want to deepen their existing practice.
About Amanda Biccum
As with most things in life, yoga came across my path at just the right time. I was in a place of change; seeking the opportunity to get more in touch with my self both physically and mentally. I still remember my first class, it changed me from the inside out. I came to the mat for the physical benefits but what kept me coming back was what I experienced each time I laid down for savasana and the tranquility that stayed with me hours after. Yoga affected me so deeply that I decided to take a 200hr Teacher Training Course so that I too could give others the feelings that yoga gave me. After my training was complete and I began teaching I realized that I wanted to go deeper both in my personal practice as well as what I could offer to students, so I traveled to the heart of yoga- Rishikesh, India where my true yogic journey began. I completed a 300hr Teacher Training Course which allows me to teach a style that blends both Eastern and Western ideas of yoga into one. My classes are slow and meditative yet challenging and inspiring. Whether you want a clearer picture on what a pose should feel like, or want to dance with your breath through a moving meditation, the first step starts with the one on the mat. - Amanda Biccum 500 RYT

Saturday, March 07 at 9:00 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
1 hour
morning
746822
55795
Strengthening Yoga
with Sage McClive
1 hour minutes
This is a class intended to therapeutically build a strong foundation and core for your body to work from. During this class you can expect to find your physical edge and work on asanas/poses that keep you at that edge. Most asanas will be focused on strengthening and stretching the major muscle groups (thighs, back, and abdominals) to help us feel supported at all times by our own bodies. There are modifications for all poses to accommodate most levels, so all are welcome. The structure of the class will be like Sage's other therapeutic classes.
About Sage McClive
Sage McClive began a passionate relationship with yoga many years ago when she was recovering from a severe lumbar and neck strain as a young person fresh out of college. Yoga was the catalyst for her full recovery from those injuries and is still the first remedy used in her life to maintain a radiant lifestyle. After many years of sampling different styles of yoga and healing modalities, she committed to becoming a teacher of a therapeutic-style yoga as a way to share her knowledge for the vast healing benefits of a yoga practice. She decided to train through the ViniYoga lineage where she could apply her knowledge of holistic healing to her yoga classes. She's a firm believer that anyone can practice yoga safely and effectively - it's all a matter of using the adaptations of poses and maintaining a creative mind as a teacher to offer new adaptations for specific situations.  

Friday, March 06 at 9:30 am
10:15 am
10:15 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
718459
134452
Hatha for Beginners
with Gina Riva
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This class is perfect for the brand-new students to yoga, for any yogi seeking to explore a more therapeutic, slower approach to practice. Hatha for Beginners gives a solid foundation of the basics of yoga in a relaxed and non competitive atmosphere. Students practice proper alignment in postures, breath-work, flow and chanting.Class moves slowly and helps you to build your strength and flexibility while avoiding injury.All level are students welcome!
About Gina Riva
Gina, a Chicago native, began to discover the benefits of yoga when she would join her mom in the living room to do yoga with the Yoga Lady on PBS when she was only 6 years-old. Her mom suffered from Bipolar Disorder, and seeing how yoga helped the way her mom felt, thought and acted for the better, Gina aspired to help others change and feel better when she grew up too. Practicing since 1990, Gina finally felt ready to be trained and certified in 2008 while she practiced her other helping profession (teaching reading) in Los Angeles, and has been teaching both ever since. She is committed to helping adults and children of all ages achieve a stronger, calmer mind, body and spirit so that they can reach their full potential in their inner and outer world. Her goal is to find where the individual is stuck, meet the person where they are and from there, build bridges to healing and ease. With emphasis on correct alignment, an open heart and attention to the present moment, she hopes to guide students into an experience of peace and compassion for themselves and others.

Monday, March 02 at 10:15 am
10:15 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
718459
134452
Hatha for Beginners
with Gina Riva
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This class is perfect for the brand-new students to yoga, for any yogi seeking to explore a more therapeutic, slower approach to practice. Hatha for Beginners gives a solid foundation of the basics of yoga in a relaxed and non competitive atmosphere. Students practice proper alignment in postures, breath-work, flow and chanting.Class moves slowly and helps you to build your strength and flexibility while avoiding injury.All level are students welcome!
About Gina Riva
Gina, a Chicago native, began to discover the benefits of yoga when she would join her mom in the living room to do yoga with the Yoga Lady on PBS when she was only 6 years-old. Her mom suffered from Bipolar Disorder, and seeing how yoga helped the way her mom felt, thought and acted for the better, Gina aspired to help others change and feel better when she grew up too. Practicing since 1990, Gina finally felt ready to be trained and certified in 2008 while she practiced her other helping profession (teaching reading) in Los Angeles, and has been teaching both ever since. She is committed to helping adults and children of all ages achieve a stronger, calmer mind, body and spirit so that they can reach their full potential in their inner and outer world. Her goal is to find where the individual is stuck, meet the person where they are and from there, build bridges to healing and ease. With emphasis on correct alignment, an open heart and attention to the present moment, she hopes to guide students into an experience of peace and compassion for themselves and others.

Wednesday, March 04 at 10:15 am
10:30 am
10:30 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
539390
55795
Women's Health and Prenatal Yoga
with Sage McClive
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This class is specifically focused on stretching, stabilizing, and releasing the musculature structures of the pelvic region, mid-back, and shoulders. You can expect many poses that are centered around reproductive health and maintenance, as well as incorporating supportive poses for women who are already pregnant or are trying to become pregnant. There will be an emphasis on integrating the pelvic girdle to the shoulder girdle through certain pranayama (breath) exercises and therapeutic asanas (poses). Any woman is invited to come regardless of yoga experience. Poses are modified to assist particular issues as they appear.
About Sage McClive
Sage McClive began a passionate relationship with yoga many years ago when she was recovering from a severe lumbar and neck strain as a young person fresh out of college. Yoga was the catalyst for her full recovery from those injuries and is still the first remedy used in her life to maintain a radiant lifestyle. After many years of sampling different styles of yoga and healing modalities, she committed to becoming a teacher of a therapeutic-style yoga as a way to share her knowledge for the vast healing benefits of a yoga practice. She decided to train through the ViniYoga lineage where she could apply her knowledge of holistic healing to her yoga classes. She's a firm believer that anyone can practice yoga safely and effectively - it's all a matter of using the adaptations of poses and maintaining a creative mind as a teacher to offer new adaptations for specific situations.  

Thursday, March 05 at 10:30 am
10:30 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
323704
289689
Vinyasa Yoga 1-2
with Amanda Biccum
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This class is suitable for those who feel comfortable practicing Sun Salutations and have prior experience with vinyasa yoga.Meditation and simple chants open and close the class to create a mindful space.Sequences explore Warrior poses, forward bends, balancing poses, twists and backbends.Modifications are offered to allow every body to find centering within each pose.Pranayama work outside of ujayii breath is introduced.Students should be free of major injuries.
About Amanda Biccum
As with most things in life, yoga came across my path at just the right time. I was in a place of change; seeking the opportunity to get more in touch with my self both physically and mentally. I still remember my first class, it changed me from the inside out. I came to the mat for the physical benefits but what kept me coming back was what I experienced each time I laid down for savasana and the tranquility that stayed with me hours after. Yoga affected me so deeply that I decided to take a 200hr Teacher Training Course so that I too could give others the feelings that yoga gave me. After my training was complete and I began teaching I realized that I wanted to go deeper both in my personal practice as well as what I could offer to students, so I traveled to the heart of yoga- Rishikesh, India where my true yogic journey began. I completed a 300hr Teacher Training Course which allows me to teach a style that blends both Eastern and Western ideas of yoga into one. My classes are slow and meditative yet challenging and inspiring. Whether you want a clearer picture on what a pose should feel like, or want to dance with your breath through a moving meditation, the first step starts with the one on the mat. - Amanda Biccum 500 RYT

Saturday, March 07 at 10:30 am
12:30 pm
12:30 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
afternoon
784939
153143
Yoga Mix featured class
with Paola King
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
The focus of this class varies each time. The class will start with Sun Salutation, standing, seated, twisted and “up-side” down poses (asana). Throughout the class you will laugh, sweat, and explore your limits. This class is open for all levels.
About Paola King
Yoga found Paola in February of 2004. She got hooked the moment she took her first class. Traveling back and forth between Germany and USA, Paola was introduced to a lot of yoga styles and teachers. In 2009 she decided to become a certified Yoga instructor in Vinyasa Flow. She has since taught different levels of Yoga from beginner to advanced, Yoga for Irish Tap Dancers, Post Natal, and Soft Flow. Even though her certification is in Vinyasa Flow, Paola’s teachings are strongly influenced by Iyengar and Ashtanga. She teaches yoga classes to emphasize discipline and proper form while also maintaining a sense of fun and lightness. Paola continuously expands her education through workshops with national and international yoga teachers, while keeping her own practice.

Saturday, March 07 at 12:30 pm
5:00 pm
5:00 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
319882
55795
ViniYoga
with Sage McClive
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This therapeutic-style class comes from the ViniYoga tradition and are safe for anyone to attend. The breath inspires the entire sequence through small vinyasas, fluid movements in and out of poses, pranayama, and some meditations. Each class offers a combination of these activities to hold space for each student to learn more about where their body wants to evolve into a different expression. The classes are carefully sequenced to help the students learn how to transform the neuro-muscular patterns in their body into a more relaxed state. The beauty of these classes is that any yogi can make the class as challenging or restorative as they like, since there are many ways to adapt each pose.
About Sage McClive
Sage McClive began a passionate relationship with yoga many years ago when she was recovering from a severe lumbar and neck strain as a young person fresh out of college. Yoga was the catalyst for her full recovery from those injuries and is still the first remedy used in her life to maintain a radiant lifestyle. After many years of sampling different styles of yoga and healing modalities, she committed to becoming a teacher of a therapeutic-style yoga as a way to share her knowledge for the vast healing benefits of a yoga practice. She decided to train through the ViniYoga lineage where she could apply her knowledge of holistic healing to her yoga classes. She's a firm believer that anyone can practice yoga safely and effectively - it's all a matter of using the adaptations of poses and maintaining a creative mind as a teacher to offer new adaptations for specific situations.  

Tuesday, March 03 at 5:00 pm
5:00 pm
1 hour
evening
746822
55795
Strengthening Yoga
with Sage McClive
1 hour minutes
This is a class intended to therapeutically build a strong foundation and core for your body to work from. During this class you can expect to find your physical edge and work on asanas/poses that keep you at that edge. Most asanas will be focused on strengthening and stretching the major muscle groups (thighs, back, and abdominals) to help us feel supported at all times by our own bodies. There are modifications for all poses to accommodate most levels, so all are welcome. The structure of the class will be like Sage's other therapeutic classes.
About Sage McClive
Sage McClive began a passionate relationship with yoga many years ago when she was recovering from a severe lumbar and neck strain as a young person fresh out of college. Yoga was the catalyst for her full recovery from those injuries and is still the first remedy used in her life to maintain a radiant lifestyle. After many years of sampling different styles of yoga and healing modalities, she committed to becoming a teacher of a therapeutic-style yoga as a way to share her knowledge for the vast healing benefits of a yoga practice. She decided to train through the ViniYoga lineage where she could apply her knowledge of holistic healing to her yoga classes. She's a firm believer that anyone can practice yoga safely and effectively - it's all a matter of using the adaptations of poses and maintaining a creative mind as a teacher to offer new adaptations for specific situations.  

Wednesday, March 04 at 5:00 pm
5:00 pm
1 hour
evening
746825
316068
Restorative Candlelight Yoga
with Christine Durant
1 hour minutes
This is a gentle practice that facilitates restful relaxation and uses gravity instead of muscular force to stretch connective tissue. We begin the class with simple, breath-full movements to find a quality of ease and groundedness in the body and mind. We then move into a sequence of Yin poses in which the body is supported by props (bolsters, blocks and blankets) and held for an extended period of time.  The teacher uses guided visualization and pranayama (breathwork) to promote deep release.  Students should be able to get down onto the floor with relative ease.  Suitable for all levels.   NOTE: Please bring blankets and eye pillows, if possible, for use during practice, as props are limited.  Register online well in advance, as this class fills up quickly.
About Christine Durant
Christine Durant, MA, E-RYT 200, knows the practice of yoga influences and inspires every aspect of her life and she hopes it can do the same for you! Christine had been practicing asana and pranayama on and off for years until she became more serious about her practice during college. While working on her master's degree in counseling psychology, Christine began to study the effects of meditation, mindfulness, and yoga asana on the symptoms of mental health patients. Upon moving from Boston to New Orleans, she felt the call to deeper her own personal practice while also learning to share yoga with others by training in the vinyasa flow style with Ganga White and Tracey Rich at the White Lotus Foundation, in Santa Barbara. Recently she completed an advanced teacher training in the bhakti lineage with Michelle Baker in New Orleans and has been chanting to her harmonium ever since. Through creative sequencing often incorporating strengthening movements set to empowering playlists her students enjoy expressing themselves, creating space in their bodies and minds, and finding a little more peace in their day. Christine believes that yoga is for every body and emphasizes connecting the breath with movement while playfully challenging yourself.

Sunday, March 08 at 5:00 pm
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 hour
evening
441183
297538
Beginners Yoga
with Melanie Kaufman*
1 hour minutes
This class is for beginning students who have never practiced yoga, or for those who are looking for a slower-paced practice with detailed explanations.   This class is perfect for people who are just beginning their yoga experience. We will be focusing on doing of the main asana poses correctly, then holding them for several breaths to help build strength. These basic asanas will include kneeling, sitting, and standing poses – modifications will be added depending on student needs. We will also begin learning some of the basic pranayama (breath work) exercises. Students should be relatively free of injury.  No prior yoga experience necessary.
About Melanie Kaufman*
Melanie is a passionate and creative Vinyasa Yoga instructor. Upon completion of her first teacher training in 2007, Melanie spent a year teaching and exploring the beautiful country of Costa Rica. Here she did quite a bit of traveling, soul searching, and working with people from all over the world. Since then she has taught in studios, spas and a variety of other spaces both on the East and West coasts. Melanie has a deep love for Yoga, and believes wholeheartedly that taking care of one’s body is essential to living a happy life. A transplant from the deep South, she also enjoys nature, hiking with her dog Humphrey, and trying new things. Melanie’s classes focus on the foundations of Yoga and the principles of alignment, with a lighthearted approach. She is also a certified Holistic Health Counselor with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Through Yoga, Melanie hopes to inspire others to slow life down, open their hearts and find a connection with the body.

Thursday, March 05 at 5:30 pm
6:15 pm
6:15 pm
1 hour
evening
746822
55795
Strengthening Yoga
with Sage McClive
1 hour minutes
This is a class intended to therapeutically build a strong foundation and core for your body to work from. During this class you can expect to find your physical edge and work on asanas/poses that keep you at that edge. Most asanas will be focused on strengthening and stretching the major muscle groups (thighs, back, and abdominals) to help us feel supported at all times by our own bodies. There are modifications for all poses to accommodate most levels, so all are welcome. The structure of the class will be like Sage's other therapeutic classes.
About Sage McClive
Sage McClive began a passionate relationship with yoga many years ago when she was recovering from a severe lumbar and neck strain as a young person fresh out of college. Yoga was the catalyst for her full recovery from those injuries and is still the first remedy used in her life to maintain a radiant lifestyle. After many years of sampling different styles of yoga and healing modalities, she committed to becoming a teacher of a therapeutic-style yoga as a way to share her knowledge for the vast healing benefits of a yoga practice. She decided to train through the ViniYoga lineage where she could apply her knowledge of holistic healing to her yoga classes. She's a firm believer that anyone can practice yoga safely and effectively - it's all a matter of using the adaptations of poses and maintaining a creative mind as a teacher to offer new adaptations for specific situations.  

Wednesday, March 04 at 6:15 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
1 hour
evening
1451479
312065
Tribal Belly Dance Fitness
with Fiona Rose
1 hour minutes
Learn to Belly Dance the Joyful Way! Join Professional Dancer, Fiona Rose, and learn beginning level Belly Dance. Belly Dance is a low impact form of exercise, effective in toning the body, increases self esteem, tones and strengthens and is FUN!

Monday, March 02 at 6:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
1 hour
evening
1449833
311412
Build and Burn Bootcamp
with Andre Luke
1 hour minutes
In this class you can expect to do a full body workout for the entire 60 minute session with Circuit & Cross Fit training and more. You will sweat your way through as you build and tone muscle. Andre will assist you to push through the burn while having fun
About Andre Luke
Andre Luke has been a certified personal trainer, instructor and coach for more than nine years. His training style is wide ranging and customized to meet the needs of each client. His goal is to help you reach your personal best. He sees himself as a “life coach” since he believes that the condition of a person’s body impacts everything else in their life. He is personable, friendly but firm. Benefits of LUKE TRAINING CONDITIONING You are not a number, Andre genuinely cares about his clients. You will set and attain reasonable goals. You're not in this alone, your coach is there along the way. Training's not just for athletes anymore. You will push yourself harder than you thought you could. You will learn how to fuel your body for optimum performance. You will feel good about yourself Andre trains his clients in: Sports performance enhancement Flexibility Circuit training Reduce Stress Cross fit training Loving exercise! Andre was selected as one of the Biggest Loser Promo trainers to do a commercial for his clients great weight loss. Andre has a background in Track and Field and was high ranking in the state. He suffered four serious injuries, including a torn knee ligament, and now specializes in working with individuals recovering from orthopedic injuries. Andre says that his favorite part of his job is to safely push people beyond what they ever thought they could do and then see how excited they become when they realize what they have accomplished!

Tuesday, March 03 at 7:00 pm
7:00 pm
1 hour
evening
1307690
275866
U-JAM FITNESS
with Kitty Aqvino-Esparrago
1 hour minutes
U-Jam Fitness is an athletic hip-hop dance fitness workout that combines dance and high energy music for a workout that is bound to get your heart rate up, your body moving, and make you work up a sweat - all while having FUN! U-Jam is more than a fitness class: it’s an exhilarating experience that makes you forget you’re working out, seeing students walk out every class dripping in sweat and glowing with smiles. U-Jam has cultivated a social environment where students feel a sense of community and belonging.

Thursday, March 05 at 7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
334212
134452
Candlelight Restorative Yoga
with Gina Riva
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
This is a gentle practice that facilitates restful relaxation and uses gravity instead of muscular force to stretch connective tissue. We begin the class with simple, breath-full movements to find a quality of ease and groundedness in the body and mind. We then move into a sequence of Yin poses in which the body is supported by props (bolsters, blocks and blankets) and held for an extended period of time.  The teacher uses guided visualization and pranayama (breathwork) to promote deep release.  Students should be able to get down onto the floor with relative ease.  Suitable for all levels.   NOTE: Please bring blankets and eye pillows, if possible, for use during practice, as props are limited.  Register online well in advance, as this class fills up quickly.
About Gina Riva
Gina, a Chicago native, began to discover the benefits of yoga when she would join her mom in the living room to do yoga with the Yoga Lady on PBS when she was only 6 years-old. Her mom suffered from Bipolar Disorder, and seeing how yoga helped the way her mom felt, thought and acted for the better, Gina aspired to help others change and feel better when she grew up too. Practicing since 1990, Gina finally felt ready to be trained and certified in 2008 while she practiced her other helping profession (teaching reading) in Los Angeles, and has been teaching both ever since. She is committed to helping adults and children of all ages achieve a stronger, calmer mind, body and spirit so that they can reach their full potential in their inner and outer world. Her goal is to find where the individual is stuck, meet the person where they are and from there, build bridges to healing and ease. With emphasis on correct alignment, an open heart and attention to the present moment, she hopes to guide students into an experience of peace and compassion for themselves and others.

Wednesday, March 04 at 7:30 pm
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