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Patricia Moreno brings IntenSati onto an aircraft carrier

How cool will this look on the deck of the Intrepid?


You may have done yoga in Times Square, but how about IntenSati on the USS Intrepid?

We didn’t think so.

On March 11, IntenSati creator Patricia Moreno will be teaching “the biggest NYC IntenSati class ever” with up to 400 participants on the flight deck of the famed aircraft carrier, which was built in 1943 and sailed through both World War II and Vietnam.

After an hour of sweaty, calorie-burning affirmations, you’ll be free to tour the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.

And, it’s for charity. Funds raised (from your $20 admission fee, which is a suggested donation) will be split between the Intrepid‘s charity that encourages girls to start careers in engineering, science, technology, and math and Healthclass2.0, a program that brings healthy living into New York City public schools (and was founded by IntenSati instructor Natalia Petrzela).

For more details and to RSVP, visit the event Facebook page.