Free yoga classes and other events are planned as part of a grand opening weekend for Yoga V, a Grand Junction studio with a new name and larger quarters.
“The Yoga V team is thrilled to be taking the next step and creating a place for even more people to call their yoga home,” said Tessa Canterbury, owner of the studio.
The celebration is set for Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 in the existing location of the studio in Unit D of the Redlands Marketplace at 2500 Broadway and the new location in Unit A. Events on
Sept. 29 will include a closing ceremony followed by a sound bath with spirit. Events Sept. 30 will include an Ayurvedic cooking demonstration and talk with Debra Weller followed by an open house party. Events on Oct. 1 will include free yoga portraits with K Robinson Photography.
In addition to heated power yoga, workshops and teacher trainings, Yoga V will offer in its larger quarters non-heated yoga, gentle yoga and kids yoga. Infrared heat and a new ventilation system will be added, as will a second, non-heated studio and a larger area selling yoga apparel and accessories.
Yoga V offers a variety of memberships and packages. The studio will continue to offer $5 community classes, a $5 rate for Colorado Mesa University students and discounts to seniors and veterans.
“Expanding the studio means providing a place for more people to come out of their day-to-day lives, to relieve stress, move their bodies and find a sense of well-being,” Canterbury said.
For more information, visit www.yogavstudio.com.