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Karma Yoga Studio on Newbury Street is dedicated to creating harmony in the world, one balanced student at a time. With expert instructors and a number of unique opportunities available on a regular basis, this could become your new favorite place to get in a good flow.
This “independent holistic fitness studio” offers many different kinds of yoga, including Yin, Nidra, Phisioyoga, Hatha, and several forms of Vinyasa. Some classes are designed for those with prior yoga experience, but many welcome beginners with open arms. Swing by on a Friday night for a “Chill Flow,” which includes live music. Those looking to extend their fitness routine beyond yoga might want to take a Bollywood dance, Qigong, or Reiki class. When you think you’re ready to lead a class of your own, Karma offers 200-hour teacher training sessions that will turn you into an expert. Visit this studio soon to see how yoga can improve your life!