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Tara Yoga Celebrates Grand Opening This Weekend

Tara Yoga, in Roslyn, will celebrate their grand opening this weekend, with free classes all weekend.

Holding their grand opening this weekend, , is the area's newest yoga studio.

Owner Tara Franklin said she opened the studio because she loves yoga and wanted to share her love with more people. She told Patch that a year ago she decided that she no longer wanted to work in the corporate daily grind and went for yoga teacher training and worked hard to become a certified yoga instructor.

Tara Yoga will offer Vinyasa, Restorative and Mommy and Me yoga classes, with classes starting early in the morning and being held throughout the day and into the evenings to accommodate a wide variety of people.

There are eight instructors, including Franklin, at the small and intimate studio on Easton Rd., that will teach the up to five classes day at the studio.

Franklin said she has two children, ages 4 and 5, who are very excited about the Mommy and Me yoga classes that will be held on Sunday mornings at the studio. She told Patch that the classes don't have to be with a mom, but with any adult and are for children ages 3 to 6. The classes are game-oriented and teach and introduce children to yoga at a young age.

The full schedule of classes for Tara Yoga can be found on their website, where you can also sign up for classes in advance.

Learn more about Tara Yoga on their website or on their Facebook page, or drop in this weekend for their grand opening celebration.

Yoga Love January 19, 2013 at 06:23 AM
Great news! Hopefully the new Yoga studio Tara Yoga will serve people well and will be able to achieve its goal. Nayeema Akter www.anamayaresort.com

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