Independent Zumba instructor Bailey Burkhartsmeier teaches a spread-out, masked class for a handful of students at the Port Townsend Community Center on Tuesday morning. Statewide guidelines allowing in-person exercise — with restrictions — are inspiring fitness enthusiasts to come back to gyms and yoga studios this week. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Independent Zumba instructor Bailey Burkhartsmeier teaches a spread-out, masked class for a handful of students at the Port Townsend Community Center on Tuesday morning. Statewide guidelines allowing in-person exercise — with restrictions — are inspiring fitness enthusiasts to come back to gyms and yoga studios this week. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

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Independent Zumba instructor Bailey Burkhartsmeier teaches a spread-out, masked class for a handful of students at the Port Townsend Community Center on Tuesday morning.

Statewide guidelines allowing in-person exercise — with restrictions — are inspiring fitness enthusiasts to come back to gyms and yoga studios this week.

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