September 4, 2014
Toronto, ON (rushPRnews) 09/04/14 — – Toronto’s yoga community now has a new and sunny haven to retreat to, with the opening of Studio Blue. The team behind the fresh, light-filled locale is now inviting all local fitness and health enthusiasts to drop in and "practice playfully"
Inspired by the joy of an outdoor yoga session, owner Jessica McIntyre has meticulously designed both the studio and class-offering with the benefits of a day spent outside on a beautiful summer’s day.
To recreate this uplifting environment, the studio is warmed to 26 degrees, making it the ideal temperature for those searching for a lighter alternative to ‘hot yoga’. The practice room boasts both full spectrum lights and radiant heating panels, providing the wellness benefits of sunlight, even on the grayest of days.
Leveraging both her background as a London-based marketing manager and the passion she discovered while training in India to be a yoga instructor,
Jessica encourages her team of Studio Blue instructors to be free-spirited and to inspire a playful sense of community with every class. All participants are motivated to channel their inner child, let go of a busy day, and, for a short moment in time, be present in each and every breath.
Classes are open to all levels and range from the detox-focused ‘Hangover Helper’ to the bootcamp-meets-zen ‘Yoga Camp’.
To check the class schedules and learn more about Studio Blue, visit studioblue.co
1457 Dundas St West, Toronto ON M6J 1Y7
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram @studioblueyoga
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