Highly Anticipated Seattle Opening of CorePower Yoga Studio Scheduled for Early September
Studio in Ballard will offer beginner to advanced classes and teacher certification.
July 25, 2012
Seattle, Wash. – CorePower Yoga, a yoga brand with a commitment to making yoga accessible to all, today announced the highly anticipated grand opening of its first Seattle yoga studio in the Ballard neighborhood in early September 2012. The launch will bring CorePower Yoga’s unique brand of invigorating yoga and lifestyle classes to Seattle residents – helping them achieve positive change through yoga.
“Seattle is the perfect home for CorePower Yoga studios because of the city’s culture of health and focus on community,” said Sarah Goble, manager of the new studio and regional manager and director of teacher training for CorePower Yoga’s Northwest Region. “We look forward to our studio becoming an integral part of the community where our passionate instructors can help people live extraordinary lives through yoga.”
CorePower Yoga classes offer an individualized experience for every student, regardless of their fitness level or familiarity with yoga. The Ballard yoga studio will offer a variety of yoga styles for all levels, including CorePower Yoga’s dynamic Power Yoga in beginner to advanced formats, Yoga Sculpt and Hot Power Fusion.
Offered at convenient times, CorePower Yoga’s dogma-free classes feature popular music and promote physical and mental benefits. Consistent class formats and certified instructors help students advance through different levels of classes as they progress in their yoga practice.
Lifestyle programs, such as boot camps, cleanses and CorePower Ryder indoor cycling classes, are offered to complement yoga practice and provide students with cross-training opportunities. The Ballard studio will also offer CorePower Yoga’s transformational Yoga Teacher Training Programs.
All new CorePower Yoga students will receive one week of unlimited free yoga classes. A variety of membership and class package options are available.
“Yoga offers incredible physical and mental benefits, provides a total body workout and enhances performance in other athletic endeavors,” said Goble. “At CorePower Yoga, we have created an environment and curriculum that make these benefits available to anyone—from experienced yogis to yoga novices.”
Featuring beautiful, modern and comfortable studios, CorePower Yoga creates environments in which people with common interests can interact and flourish. The Ballard yoga studio will house two large yoga rooms as well as a CorePower Ryder room. The studio will also feature a range of amenities including a lounge area and spacious changing rooms with showers and private lockers. A full retail boutique will showcase men’s and women’s active wear and accessories.
CorePower Yoga is committed to sustainable practices, and uses recyclable and reusable products, selects sustainable fixtures and materials for its studios and maintains recycling and waste management programs. CorePower Yoga’s climate-controlled environments utilize the latest technology to efficiently heat and maintain its yoga rooms.
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