New Yoga Studios Open in Duluth and Stone MountainMay 01, 2023 06:00AM ● By Staff
Spirit House Yoga studio
Spirit House Yoga opened in Duluth in March, and Sanctuary Yoga Studio in Stone Mountain opened its doors in April.
Spirit House owner Danielle Kuhman RYT 200, with an additional 50 hours of CorePower yoga teacher training, wanted “to create a space that was inviting, homey, and had all the features I wanted, like blankets, a quiet room and a simple practice space. We even have a small café in the back with coffee, tea and healthy snacks for post-practice.”
Spirit House offers a variety of classes and community events. “The Duluth neighborhood and surrounding communities are so excited we’re here. And we have an incredible group of teachers that make us who we are. I don’t know how we got so lucky!” The studio’s new-student special offers one week of unlimited classes for $14. It also offers five-class and ten-class packs as well as memberships.
Get 50 percent off your first class pack or month of membership with the code 50OFF at checkout.
Spirit House Yoga is located at 2730 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Unit 106, in Duluth. For more information, visit SpiritHouseATL.com or call 770-230-1906.
The founder of Sanctuary Yoga Studio, Amber Voss, is an E-RYT 200 and RYT 500-hour yoga instructor trained in the Pranakriya and Kripalu yoga lineages. She is a certified 200-hour Instinctive Meditation instructor through The Radiance Sutras School of Meditation.
“I am very excited to open a studio in this area so that people can come move and breathe their way to better overall health,” says Voss. “We are committed to teaching accessible, all-inclusive yoga while honoring the roots of this ancient practice.”
Class sizes are limited to 14 students, and a range of rates are offered, including a sliding scale for those in need. Online pre-registration is recommended.
“Our boutique studio offers a variety of yoga classes that are accessible to all bodies of all ages, sizes, gender and health,” says Voss. “Our passion is sharing the slower forms of yoga with students, including gentle, yin, restorative and chair yoga, but we also offer faster-paced classes. We also offer virtual classes for those who wish to be in community from the safety of their own home.”