CorePower Yoga celebrated the opening of its first Charleston area studio last week in Mount Pleasant’s Indigo Square. During the studio’s preview period, which runs through April 8th, all classes are free.
“We are thrilled to celebrate the opening of our new studio and look forward to carrying out our mission in the Holy City,” Jackie Skinner, Charleston New Market Opening Studio Manager, said. “We are already overwhelmed by the welcoming hospitality here, and we are excited to build our yoga community and demonstrate what makes CorePower Yoga an exceptional health and fitness option.”
CorePower Yoga is open seven days a week with classes offered throughout the day, beginning at 5:45 am and ending at 8 pm. The new location is equipped with two large studios and men’s and women’s locker rooms. CorePower Yoga offers five varieties of classes, including CorePower Yoga 1, CorePower Yoga 2, Hot Power Fusion, Yoga Sculpt and CoreRestore. All classes range in style, difficulty and flow to fit every experience level and are designed to fire up strength, ignite intention and build the core.
Students who choose to become Founding Black Tag Members through CorePower’s preview period (through April 8) receive unlimited yoga at a significantly discounted rate. The first month is $49, the second month is free and a monthly rate of $89 is locked in for the lifetime of your membership. There are no contracts, plus members can freeze or cancel anytime, they enjoy exclusive classes, special offers and can practice at any of the 200 CorePower Yoga studios around the country. More information about membership deals is available at http://bit.ly/cpycharlestoninfo.
The Mount Pleasant CorePower Yoga is operated by franchisee Level 4 Yoga, and is located at 1711 Shoremeade Road, Suite 130, Mt Pleasant.
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