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Coolidge Yoga in Brookline is everything a local yoga studio should be and more. It’s affordable, with low-priced drop in rates and new student offers like $30 for 30 days. It’s welcoming, especially when you consider the personal attention each student receives and inclusivity for all ages and skill levels within their class roster. It also has yoga for kids, prenatal classes, and new mom options to get your little one started on a yoga journey (even if they are still in the womb!)
Coolidge Yoga keeps it interesting with its frequent workshops, yoga teacher mentorship, and special retreats. There’s no chance of getting bored with the same old offering when there are so many new yoga routes to explore. Coolidge Yoga has two locations, with the nearby Brookline studio on Beacon Street in Coolidge Corner. Visit the website for a peak at the class schedule, or to browse the various upcoming workshops in 2019. And don’t forget the 30 days for $30 offer for new students!