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4 New Yoga Studios Debut Across Metro Atlanta

Jan 01, 2020 01:23PM

Honor Yoga. (Photo: Schafer Gray and Bhushan Karnik)

The end of 2019 saw the debut of four new studios throughout metro Atlanta, with another scheduled to open early this year.

Inside the Perimeter, in the Westside Village, Yonder Yoga opened in September, with a second location scheduled to premiere in the former Thunderbolt space at Buckhead Court early this year. Owner Selby Hill describes the studio style as lively and energetic; its signature class is heated vinyasa yoga that is set to upbeat, contemporary music. Both studios are heated with infrared panels to promote increased circulation and detoxification. The more challenging classes are also complimented by regular restorative options and workshops that dive deeper into stillness and meditation. Yonder Yoga’s new location will open soon at 3872 Roswell Rd. NE, Unit C4, Atlanta. For details, visit YonderYoga.com.

In September, Progress Yoga opened at 8020 Cumming Highway, Suite 307, in Canton, under the leadership of Marci Reynolds. With eight teachers, the 2000-square-foot studio provides yoga classes, hosts wellness events and offers corporate and team-building experiences. A portion of the space is equipped with tables and chairs to accommodate groups for a variety of activities including workshops focused on essential oils, aromatherapy, nutrition and mindfulness. Reynolds says she named the studio “Progress” quite deliberately—her vision for the space is to help students progress towards the best they can be. For details, visit ProgressYogaCenter.com.

September also ushered in the opening of Honor Yoga in Roswell. Honor, owned by Shreyas Joshi, is the first of the nationally franchised, New Jersey-based brand to open in Georgia. Along with traditional yoga classes, Honor offers its signature “Roots” series, which focuses on the fundamentals of building a yoga practice, along with aerial yoga and yoga barre classes. With over 40 classes each week, it seeks to serve all levels of practitioner. The Honor Yoga franchise operates 30 studios across eight states and plants a tree in “honor” of each new member. It allows each studio to operate with a local feel in order to serve its community in its own unique way. A ribbon cutting will take place at the studio, located at 622 W. Crossville Rd., Suite 100, in Roswell, on February 13. For information, visit HonorYoga.com/Roswell

Irina Walton, owner of Truth in Motion in Johns Creek, added a second location in Braselton in September. A resident of Flowery Branch, Walton recognized a need in the far northern suburbs and hopes to make yoga accessible for all there. Like the Johns Creek location, the new space offers a variety of traditional classes for all levels, but teachers are seeing a greater demand for beginner classes and classes that incorporate yoga therapy balls in that location. Offering competitive, low monthly membership pricing, Walton remains committed to keeping yoga affordable so that students can build a consistent lifetime practice. Both Truth in Motion studios feature a large projector screen with soothing natural images that scroll during practice for greater relaxation. The new studio is located at 7380 Spout Springs Rd., Suite 410, Flowery Branch. Learn more at TruthinMotionYoga.com.

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