CAMBRIDGE, MA--(Marketwired - July 18, 2013) - Denver-based yoga company CorePower Yoga, a brand with a commitment to making yoga accessible to all, will open its first studio in Massachusetts on Friday, July 26th in Cambridge. This marks the 82nd studio opening nationwide for CorePower Yoga and third studio opening on the East Coast in the last eight months.
Conveniently located in the Fresh Pond Mall at 170R Alewife Brook Parkway, the Fresh Pond Studio will offer a variety of yoga class styles for all levels, including CorePower Yoga's dynamic heated Power Yoga in beginner to advanced formats, Yoga Sculpt and Hot Power Fusion. In addition to classes, the Fresh Pond yoga studio will offer Yoga Teacher Training, as well as Lifestyle Programs, such as boot camps and wellness cleanses to provide students with cross-training opportunities.
At over 10,000 square feet, the Fresh Pond Studio is CorePower Yoga's largest studio with four spacious yoga rooms, a range of amenities including luxurious changing rooms, showers and private lockers. A full retail boutique will showcase men's and women's activewear, as well as a variety of accessories to meet yoga and lifestyle needs.
"We are beyond thrilled to open in one of the nation's most charming cities," says JC Lippold, CorePower Yoga's Fresh Pond Studio Manager. "The Cambridge community has been so welcoming and we hope that people will stop by for our Grand Opening yoga festivities starting July 26th!"
Fresh Pond Grand Opening Festivities: July 26-28, 2013
- First 50 people to take class will receive a FREE Manduka Travel Mat
- Three lucky yogis will receive a month of free yoga
- All new students will receive one week of unlimited free yoga classes
The Fresh Pond Studio has classes scheduled seven days a week from 6am to 9:30pm depending upon the day. The schedule is now available at corepoweryoga.com. A variety of membership package options are also available.
CorePower Yoga has opened over 10 studios so far this year in markets that include Chicago, Washington, DC, Seattle, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City and Santa Barbara, and has several more openings slated for the end of the year. Earlier this month, CorePower Yoga received significant investment from Catterton Partners, the leading consumer-focused private equity firm, which will further accelerate growth and expansion plans.
About CorePower Yoga
CorePower Yoga strives to increase awareness and widespread adoption of yoga by making yoga accessible to everyone through a variety of yoga styles for beginners and more advanced yoga students. The company's unique and physically challenging style of heated power yoga combines energy, music, breath, movement and community to create a one-of-a-kind yoga experience. CorePower Yoga classes encompass a wide variety of poses and are taught by certified yoga instructors. In addition to yoga classes, CorePower Yoga offers transformative integrated Wellness Programs and Yoga Teacher Training Programs to empower students to live a health-focused and extraordinary life. CorePower Yoga is committed to sustainable practices and uses recyclable and reusable products, selects sustainable fixtures and materials for studios and maintains recycling and waste management programs. CorePower Yoga's climate-controlled environments utilize the latest technology to efficiently heat its yoga rooms. CorePower Yoga was founded in 2002 by Trevor Tice and has 82 studios in 12 states. For more information, visit www.corepoweryoga.com or download a press kit here.
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