“I really enjoy the changes made to the studio itself. The moment I step into the studio, I feel warm and welcome, and I can't wait to get on my mat and take some time for me during class,” said Heather Heim, YogaSoul staff member and student.
Eagan, Minnesota (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
The yoga center opened four years ago in November, and for its birthday, it will be revitalizing its business, which has been growing since it opened. It will be refreshing its schedule to offer new classes and changing the studio’s decor. YogaSoul will also be going digital with a new mobile website and its YogaSoul mobile app.
To celebrate the changes, YogaSoul is hosting a free Grand Reopening event on Nov. 16, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. At 7 p.m., a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will take place. Throughout the evening, students and community members can enjoy food, meet teachers, mingle, get photos taken of their auras, choose from special promotions and enter a drawing for a class pass giveaway.
YogaSoul Owner Tarisa Parrish opened the studio in 2008, in the midst of a historic recession. Before opening the studio, Parrish envisioned a peaceful environment for strengthening the body and healing the soul, while creating sacred space to awaken consciousness through classes. By all accounts, they have surpassed their goals; staff size nearly tripled from 6 to 17, class offerings have doubled, and most class sizes are five times larger than when the center opened.
“When the economy took a downturn and our community faced the stress of the times, I wanted to create a place where people could get consistent relief from their stress, and peace in their day,” Parrish said. “People said I was ‘brave’ to start a business in such hard time, and I always smiled and responded that what I was offering had an inverse relationship to the economy. The harder the economy got, the more people needed the stress relief they receive from yoga and Pilates.”
The changes at the center display YogaSoul’s ongoing commitment to serve its students and the community.
Heather Heim, YogaSoul staff member and student, said she thinks the revitalized decor and other new offerings at YogaSoul are exciting.
“I really enjoy the changes made to the studio itself. The moment I step into the studio, I feel warm and welcome, and I can't wait to get on my mat and take some time for me during class,” she said. “It's an environment that's going to make students want to come back again and again.”
YogaSoul’s mission is to help clients win the battle against stress. It has an extensive class offering in several styles of yoga, including Kundalini, Hatha, Yin, and Vinyasa. It boasts a fully equipped Pilates studio and offers many kinds of classes, including yoga and Tai Chi. Its full roster of teachers and healers provide clients with a variety of healing services, including intuitive readings, Reiki, Thai yoga bodywork, Ayurveda, energy work and several others. YogaSoul also hosts special workshops and Kundalini yoga teacher trainings.
To see a full schedule, make an appointment with a healer or sign up for a class, visit YogaSoul’s website, http://yogasoul-center.com/. New students get their first week of classes free.