Washington, DC


2301 14th Street, NW (prior to opening in 2016

Thanks to Lauren and Lamonte for sending from YogaWorks:

“Hi YogaWorks 14th Street Community,

We are saddened to announce we will be closing our 14th Street location on Friday, Sept 27th. To ensure there is minimal disruption to your practice, we will be relocating some of our teachers and classes to the following nearby YogaWorks studios: Read More

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“Dear PoPville,

I just got notice from the Washington Sports Club that they will be increasing my monthly rate by $10. Was just wondering what others are paying, particularly if you signed up at the Columbia Heights location, when I see them advertising $50 monthly rates to new members? I am not ok with paying 70-80% more than new members, and don’t even get me started on that BS “annual fee”….” Read More

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Photo by PoPville flickr user Miki Jourdan

“Dear PoPville,

I’m wondering if you could ask readership for recos for small gyms that have small classes and or small group training sessions? I run, workout with some weights on my own, play tennis, and have dabbled in yoga and barre, but when I’m looking online at classes in the DuPont/Logan /U st area it’s hard to tell which would be best/welcoming for someone not familiar with a particular gym or workout. It’s hard to go on MINDBODY and see “interval training” or “cardio burn” and know if it would be a full class of experienced exercisers. Some complaints I’ve seen for classes on mindbody too are that they are too full, which I’m trying to avoid.”

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Thanks to Meredith for passing on from M Street Yoga:

“Today, M Street Yoga will be closing its doors after five wonderful years in SW DC! We are so grateful to our dedicated students and the community for welcoming us from the very beginning.

Over the past two months, since we announced the closure, so many of you have been incredibly supportive. You have shared stories of your personal growth, opened up about how this studio became your “home away from home,” and encouraged us to feel at peace with our decision. Southwest DC is a special place, and with this kind of support for local and small businesses, it will stay that way. Read More

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