|By Marketwired .||
|May 2, 2014 01:28 PM EDT||
MISSION VIEJO, CA--(Marketwired - May 02, 2014) - Denver-based yoga company CorePower Yoga will open its 8th studio in Orange County on Friday, May 2. This marks the 98th studio opening nationwide for CorePower Yoga.
Located in the Large Vista Plaza, just seconds off of I-5, the Mission Viejo Studio will offer a variety of yoga class styles for all levels, including CorePower Yoga's dynamic heated power yoga in beginner to advanced formats, Yoga Sculpt and Hot Power Fusion. In addition to classes, Mission Viejo will offer Yoga Teacher Training, as well as Lifestyle Programs such as boot camps and wellness cleanses to provide students with cross-training opportunities.
"CorePower Yoga's recent expansion in Orange County is really exciting for us!" said Camilla DiCiano, CorePower Yoga's Mission Viejo Studio Manager. "Having eight studio locations with convenient class times and a variety of offerings, we can accommodate all of our yogis' busy lifestyles."
The Mission Viejo Studio is home to two spacious yoga rooms and features a range of amenities including luxurious changing rooms, showers and private lockers. A full retail boutique will showcase men's and women's activewear, as well as a variety of accessories to meet your yoga and lifestyle needs.
Last year, CorePower Yoga received a significant investment from Catterton Partners, the leading consumer-focused private equity firm, positioning the brand for rapid growth.
CorePower Yoga - Mission Viejo Studio
28892 Marguerite Pkwy, Suite 100
Mission Viejo, CA 92692
About CorePower Yoga
CorePower Yoga (CPY) strives to increase awareness and widespread adoption of yoga by making yoga accessible to all fitness levels through a variety of yoga styles, convenient class times and numerous studio locations. The company's unique and physically challenging style of power yoga combines music, movement, breath, heat and community to create a one-of-a-kind workout. CPY classes are taught by warm and approachable certified yoga instructors who will have you sweating! In addition to yoga classes, CPY offers transformative Yoga Teacher Training and Lifestyle Programs to empower students to advance their individual practice or become instructors. CPY's beautiful, spa-like studios are built with sustainable practices in mind, using recycled products, sustainable materials and utilizing the latest technology to efficiently heat its practice rooms. CPY was founded in 2002 by Trevor Tice and has 98 studios in 12 states. For more information, visit www.corepoweryoga.com, or download a press kit.
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