With its fifth location in the Washington, D.C. area, CorePower Yoga opens its Pentagon City studio located at 560 12th Street South in Arlington, Virginia today. Through a variety of yoga classes, convenient times and more than 150 studio locations, CorePower Yoga provides a highly intense and incredibly mindful form of fitness. The beautiful, spa-like studios are built with green practices in mind and operate to meet the highest standards of service and quality.
Rooting from an intensely physical workout in the mindfulness of yoga, CorePower Yoga focuses on results that balance mind and body. Each CorePower Yoga class is designed to work every muscle and every emotion, creating a unique all-inclusive fitness experience. Offerings range from restorative classes to physically demanding, muscle-sculpting classes. In addition to the daily class schedule, CorePower Yoga offers renowned yoga teacher training, along with special programs including boot camps, retreats and wellness cleanse.
Designed with green building practices in mind, using recycled products and sustainable materials, the Pentagon City studio will mirror all others by employing the latest technology to efficiently heat the practice rooms. Class attendees will have access to spa-like amenities including spacious changing rooms with showers and private lockers, and a full retail boutique showcasing a stylish selection of men’s and women’s activewear and accessories.
Arlington community members are encouraged to take advantage of the studio’s limited-time founding rate on Black Tag Memberships. People who sign up prior to the studio opening will receive 25% off unlimited yoga. Black Tag Membership perks include unlimited classes and 20% off programs and teacher training. Black Tag Memberships following the grand opening will start at $155 per month.
For more information, or to find out how to secure the founding rate, please visit http://corepoweryoga.com.
Written by: Gigi Smith
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Gigi Smith is the chief editor of DC Life Magazine, a publication specializing in cultural diversity for social change in the nation's capital.