Best Yoga Deal. Ever.

BEST YOGA DEAL. EVER. And no. We are not just saying that. Please consider the details of our offer: For $45/Month, you can attend any regularly scheduled class at The Art of Yoga. As many as you would like. Yes, unlimited yoga. Well, as many classes as we offer. The more people that sign up for this deal, the more classes we add to our schedule. (Hey, we have to fit all of you in here somehow!) You are probably wondering what the catch is; probably a long term contract, right? Wrong. We don’t like long term contracts, because we always feel trapped. That’s why we didn’t want to tie this offer to a one year contract or event a six month contract. Or even a three month contract! Our Best Yoga Deal is a one month contract that renews monthly*. You won’t feel trapped. If anything, you’ll feel liberated. Ok. You’re probably ready to sign up. You’re at your computer, yelling, “I’m in!” But, wait. There’s more. No, seriously, there is more to this offer. Bring a Guest for $2. Yes. As long as you are a monthly member with our Best Yoga Deal you can bring a guest to any regularly scheduled class for just $2. Just one more thing. As a monthly member you will also receive 10% off retail purchases. In 2015, we’re expanding our retail section greatly and this opportunity for additional savings will definitely be an added bonus you will appreciate. To review: $45/Month for unlimited yoga, plus bring a guest for $2, plus 10% off retail. It really is the Best Yoga Deal. Ever....

A New Path Forward for The Art of Yoga

MEDIA RELEASE   November 20, 2015 The Art of Yoga Commits to Donating Profits to Central Ohio Organizations Focusing on Nutrition in Under-served Communities.  The Art of Yoga Wants To Be A Model For Socially Responsible Yoga Studios Nationwide   Columbus, Ohio, November 20, 2015- The Art of Yoga will complete a restructuring process in early 2016 as a public benefit corporation, a relatively new corporate structure that prioritizes a social mission. The social mission, in this case, is funding nutrition projects in under-served communities in Central Ohio — over profit. Benefit Corporations are for-profit companies that are obligated to consider the impact of their decisions on society. As a result of this new structure, the studio announced their new mission: “The Art of Yoga offers the highest quality yoga instruction, with a low financial cost of entry, in a welcoming studio that showcases art from local artists. Our environmental and societal impact are among our highest concerns; therefore we are dedicated to adapting our mission, our values, and our commitments to pursue the greatest impact on the Central Ohio community.” The studio at The Art of Yoga functions not only as a yoga studio, but also as an art gallery; featuring work from Central Ohio artists sildenafil citrate 100mg. Previous artists that have displayed their work inside the studio include: Catherine Bell Smith, Lisa McLymont, Adam Crum, Danielle Poling, and Jamie Sommer, to name just a few. Ryan Bauer, the owner of The Art of Yoga, explains the functionality of the art gallery, “The art gallery of the studio has always functioned entirely in favor of the artists, financially speaking. We have never taken a commission or fee...