EASTON YOGA TO OPEN SECOND LOCATION IN DOWNTOWN ALLENTOWN
Easton’s original yoga studio and wellness center celebrating 15 years in business in 2016.
EASTON, PA – February 11, 2016 – Downtown Allentown yogis seeking a real yoga studio experience near their home or office will soon have it just around the corner when Easton Yoga opens a new studio there this spring.
Located just outside the Neighborhood Improvement Zone on 10th Street between Hamilton and Linden Streets, Easton Yoga owners Rob Wozniak and Alicia Rambo-Wozniak purchased the former row home earlier this year. The space had recently been used as a commercial office on the first floor and a residence on the second floor. Both spaces are currently under renovation.
The expansion makes Easton Yoga the only local yoga studio to have two locations, as well as the only yoga studio located in the Queen City’s downtown district. Easton Yoga will also be celebrating 15 years in business later this year.
Officially know as Easton Yoga Allentown, the new studio space will offer three classes a day, seven days a week. All classes are lead by certified yoga teachers, including teachers trained in Kundalini and Vinyasa yoga.
Classes will be offered in three levels – beginner, experienced beginner, and advanced. Each class is $17 regardless of class level. Yoga workshops, and nutrition and wellness classes will be added to the schedule in the coming months. New students can take advantage of the “30 Days for $30” promotion, which allows them to take an unlimited number of classes during that time.
Easton Yoga Allentown expects to open its doors for students in late April and will hold grand opening festivities.
“We are excited to bring the healthful and healing practice of yoga to the residents and workers of downtown Allentown,” said Rambo-Wozniak, Easton Yoga’s Creative Director. She is also a Certified Yoga Teacher, Yoga Teacher Trainer and Mentor, and a Certified Holistic Nutrition and Wellness Coach. “Our teachers look forward to welcoming members of the community who are new to yoga and assisting them in developing a regular yoga practice. And we hope existing yogis will make our new studio the home for their daily practice too.”
For 15 years Easton Yoga has been a center for healthy living in the Greater Lehigh Valley and Western NJ area. It has cultivated an inviting yoga community at its studio space at 524 Northampton Street in downtown Easton. It welcomes new and experienced students to daily classes, and offers workshops throughout the year. www.EastonYoga.com
Information Provided By:
Tracey Werner, Blabbermouth Communications