From Our Editors
To a casual passerby, Yoga @ Chester Springs might look like a nightclub in slow motion. Lights, whose colors change to match those of the body's seven chakras, brighten silhouettes on the hardwood floor. These students might be posing in 88-degree temperatures, holding the challenging tableaus of stationary yoga. Or, perhaps they are flexing in sun salutations or restorative postures during an unheated yoga medley session. After their visit, they retreat to the onsite showers, locker rooms, and sauna—or pick up youngsters from the childcare room—before exiting the venue refreshed.
Regardless of the class, guests hone their balance under the supervision of certified instructors, each of whom has completed at least 200 hours of training. These experienced teachers uphold an accepting, secure atmosphere for practitioners of all levels. Their backgrounds illustrate the broad diversity of yoga scholars: Mary Booth channels Thai-yoga techniques from her pre-season work with the Philadelphia Flyers, Sue Roggio incorporates her 25 years of dance experience, and Mike Huggins' lessons often touch on Pilates and meditation. In addition to their group classes, they lead private courses and team-building seminars, such as corporate workshops for employees sore from hiding under desks all day.
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