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naryung k.
Report | 2 months ago
Sharing the deal&get discount is great!
Lori W.
Report | 3 months ago
Fabulous space and focused teachers. I attended both the Flow and Restorative classes so far. Professional, polished, and a plethora of knowledge and attention.
Report | 5 months ago
They provide yoga blocks, straps as mats!
Jason W.
Report | 6 months ago
$1 / class get it!
Marisol B.
Report | 6 months ago
arrive early as space gets taken quickly, be respectful of the class before you and wait outside.
Report | 7 months ago
Excellent yoga studio, with caring, talented, dedicated teachers and an invested community. Come early, bring your own long towel. They provide mini towels, but you might want your own giant one to cover your mat for hot yoga, or pretty much any class during the summer. I love this studio, community, and their donations based model.
Melissa M.
Report | 10 months ago
Wonderful space & excellent teachers make for an amazing, holistic experience!
Melina B.
Report | 10 months ago
This is such a wonderful studio! The instructors are amazing and you can't beat the "donation based" philosophy. If you attend the Power Lunch on Monday, Wednesday or Friday with Jen, be prepared to sweat. It's a fun class with great music and Jen literally kicks butt. If you want a little less sweat on your lunch hour, the Tuesday Power Lunch with Amy is great for beginners. She also offers modifications for intermediate/advanced practitioners. Overall, all the instructors I have had are great and accommodate all levels of experience. Drop in and check it out, they have mats and any other accessories you may need. AND changing rooms!
sheryl M.
Report | a year ago
Wonderful environment to practice yoga. Outstanding teachers.
Tracie K.
Report | a year ago
This place is great!
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After a decade spent honing his personal yoga practice, certified instructor Paul Terrell opened his donation-based studio to give anyone interested in practicing the ancient art access to a studio in which to participate. The storefront space that Terrell opened fosters a nonintimidating approach to yoga, substituting cozy exposed brick for mirrors and inviting yogis of all abilities to practice together during all-levels classes. Terrell and a team of 15 other instructors teach many of the classes in the flowing Vinyasa tradition, in which conscious breaths link together a continuous sequence of postures, and also presents students with the robust schedule's other styles, which benefit the body in various ways. Slower-paced Yin classes teach yogis to sit still in postures that last for three to seven minutes, allowing them to fully stretch the connective tissues and hide in plain sight of movement-detecting, visually impaired T. rexes.

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