courtesy Yoga Heights
From a press release:
“Yoga Heights, a locally owned yoga studio on Georgia Ave. completed construction on their second studio at 255 Carroll Street NW in Takoma and opened classes December 1st, 2017.
Yoga Heights is a community oriented yoga studio with a mission to offer classes for every body at every level and every budget. Owners Jess Pierno and Amy Rizzotto both live in the neighborhood and are excited to become as involved in the Takoma community as they have been in Petworth, Columbia Heights, and Park View since opening in 2014.
“We offer high quality yoga but we also don’t take ourselves too seriously,” says owner Jess Pierno. “We try to meet the needs of our students by offering a wide variety of classes, flexible drop-in pricing, and even child care options so parents can get in for classes without having to hire a babysitter.”
Yoga Heights Takoma will expand the class offerings available to Yoga Heights students with more than 30 classes such as all levels vinyasa and power yoga, beginners classes, Rocket yoga, restorative and Yin yoga, prenatal yoga, bootcamps, Pilates, yoga teacher training and community events at both locations. Memberships and class packs will apply to classes at both Yoga Heights Takoma and Yoga Heights Georgia Avenue.
To ensure that their classes work with all budgets, Yoga Heights offers half price “happy hour” classes five days per week, work-study in trade for classes, as well as “Karma Passes” which allow students to pay just $9 per class up to four times per month. Through these programs, Yoga Heights has helped more than 4,000 people afford yoga classes in the three years they have been open.
Yoga Heights classes and memberships are available at www.YogaHeightsDC.com. New students are encouraged to try Yoga Heights’ popular $39 dollars for 3 weeks of unlimited classes Intro Offer as a low cost way to get to know the studio.
Yoga Heights Takoma is just steps from the Takoma metro station on the red line and is on bus lines 52, 53, 54, 62, 63, F1, F2 and K2.”
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