By the time Tannis Kobrinksy started reading, she was already learning ballet. By the time she had her driver?s license, she had become a professional dancer.
In her welcoming studio, filled with sunlight and tasteful paintings, she emphasizes communal learning. Each of her small-group lessons, which are often limited to just three or four students at a time, promote camaraderie. Joining Tannis is a team of instructors, each member drawing on a different area of expertise, including classic Pilates, ballet, tai chi, and belly dance.
Students should bring: Yoga mat, water bottle (filtered water available)
Average class length: 60?90 minutes
Number of Staff: 25+ people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Parking: Free street parking
Pro Tip: Everyone is welcome at Yogala. Please arrive 15 mins early to your first class.
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