There’s a saying within the yoga neighborhood: “Yoga is for everyone”— no matter age, bodily means, physique measurement or health degree. A noble purpose, however some studios hit the mark higher than others.
As soon as, when touring, I attended a category that appeared fairly normal primarily based on the outline I learn on the web site. In actuality, it featured strobe lights, loud digital music and a collection of actions to this point past my skills that I limped the entire weekend. Not precisely the enjoyable expertise I had hoped for.
Bliss Bliss Bliss, situated at 3101 About City Place simply off of Inexperienced Bag Street, embodies the spirit of “yoga is for everyone” very nicely. The academics I’ve encountered are genuinely accepting of various skills. The schedule is wealthy with lessons with names like Gradual Circulate, Yoga for Novices, Restorative Yoga and Light Yoga, so that you received’t assume you unintentionally crashed a rave. As one other added bonus, the yoga lessons listed here are among the many most reasonably priced in Morgantown. Drop-in lessons are $15, and an eight-class punch card can convey the person class charge to below $11. In a world the place some studios cost $20 or much more per class, Bliss’ worth construction helps make yoga apply accessible to a broader vary of earnings ranges.
There are various extra leisure companies on supply at Bliss Bliss Bliss, together with therapeutic massage remedy, meditation, Reiki and aromatherapy. There’s additionally retail remedy obtainable within the present store, which shares important oils, incense, crystals, jewellery and extra.
At Bliss Bliss Bliss, the main focus isn’t on burning energy or getting toned arms. The collective states on its web site (theblissblissbliss.com), “our philosophy is all in regards to the invitation to loosen up … we concentrate on creating a peaceful and alluring area that helps private care and well-being.”
That’s one thing our neighborhood wants extra of proper now.
EVA MURPHY is a contract enterprise author for The Dominion Publish. She writes a column on companies, church buildings and different entities within the metropolis.