Sisters Sara and Leah are on a perpetual scavenger hunt. They live in pursuit of shri, which translates to sweetness or loveliness—a peace that can stem from practicing yoga and meditation. Alongside several other instructors, they combine flowing postures with inward reflection, hoping to achieve a more serene outlook both on and off their mats. To that end, they welcome students of any experience level to join them.
Their 75-minute group classes tend to synchronize breath with movement during alignment based yoga sequences. The classes stress proper alignment and self-awareness, meeting under names like Align & Flow and Flow & Let Go. Special workshops hone in on a specific aspect of practice, like how to do a proper headstand, and a bi-weekly session called The Conversation elicits discussions on life, personal challenges, and yoga philosophies. Those who desire a more personalized approach can also sign up for The Shri Life. This six-week program supplements private yoga tutoring with group lessons and journal writing, the purpose being to develop a person's physical practice and mindfulness simultaneously.
Kristen Lemoine always had a passion for the arts, a passion which found a new form of expression when she started to design fitness clothing. As a veteran gymnast, Kristen understood how clothing needed to move to let the body be at its most flexible. It turns out her designs, and her enjoyment of exercise, translated well to yoga. Ultimately, she decided to join her ongoing fitness practice and design business into a single venture, PB Athletic Wear & Yoga, where she outfits aspiring yogis as they head into classes.
The team of teachers at PB leads a true variety of yoga; they helm 15 types of yoga classes, in fact. They practice basic hatha, vinyasa, and yin yoga alongside more modern variations, such as aerial yoga, which uses fabric slings attached to the ceiling to support parts of the body.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Yoga Palm Beach has cultivated a unique and talented team of passionate yoga instructors who are always inspiring, supportive, challenging, and compassionate. Our yoga classes aim to meet the needs of our students’ busy and ever-changing lives.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Yoga Palm Beach was created to fulfill the need for an experience that improves quality of life. Our philosophy is centered on the belief that life is enjoyed one moment at a time.
If you're looking for something other than a treadmill, try breaking a sweat at Bodhi Hot Yoga in Palm Beach Gardens.
Pick up a tasty meal at their restaurant, located conveniently within the studio.
Take the kids along too — this studio is a great spot for families with activities that even little ones will love.
Bodhi Hot Yoga's customers can make use of nearby parking lots.
You don't have to be a full-fledged yogi to have a great time at Bodhi Hot Yoga in Palm Beach Gardens. Sign up for a class today!
At Zeal Yoga, students of all shapes and ages build stability, strength, and well-being through the practice of Vinyasa and Yin yoga. In the simple, relaxed studio, skilled, certified instructors help clients become more in tune with their bodies through stretching exercises, poses, and meditation.
Flexibility is the name of the game at Jewish Community Center, and Palm Beach Gardens locals flock here for a total body workout.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.