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Education Centre, B-64

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Located in the basement of the Education Centre, this studio features wall length mirrors and hardwood floors. This space is used for various fitness classes by the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation. The Education Centre is located along 87 Avenue between 114 and 112 Street on the North Campus of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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