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Stacey Millner-Collins

I have so many connections to Five Points, dating back to when my kids were small – going to the various parades and festivals, all the way up to when my kids were teenagers – while growing and running a business here.

I like that there are a lot of local businesses in Five Points. I think it’s a good way to keep the city vibrant and economically viable.

I started teaching yoga in the early 1990s. Back then, there weren’t many teachers approaching yoga from a traditional perspective. I first opened City Yoga on Devine St. in 2003, after teaching around town in various spaces. I moved to our current location in Five Points in 2007. I’ve been around for a long time, and I feel really wonderful about the growth of yoga in our community – I feel proud of it. I’ve had some students who I’ve been teaching for eighteen years, and I get to see them grow with the practice.

Mark your calendars, set a reminder, tell a friend, just get down to Five Points for these upcoming events!

Friday, March 13

Gregory Electric's Official Kick-Off to St. Pat's

Don’t wait to get in the festival spirit and welcome the arrival of spring. Join us in Five Points the week before St. Pat's for Gregory Electric's Official Kick-Off to S…

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Mark your calendars, set a reminder, tell a friend, just get down to Five Points for these upcoming events!

Saturday, March 21

St. Pat's In Five Points

Watch the 2018 Video! Each March, be prepared to shake your shamrocks at St. Pat’s in Five Points - one of the largest green and Gaelic celebration in the Southeast! E…

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