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Colorado Springs yoga studio goes virtual due to COVID-19

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- The fitness industry is reinventing itself as COVID-19 spreads. That's the case for Yoga Studio Satya, a Colorado Springs yoga studio adapting to the changes.

Their website says, "While we have to keep our physical studio doors closed through April, we're offering a variety of different yoga classes online."

Yoga Studio Satya now offers Vinyasa, Restorative and even Cardio Fusion classes online through Zoom. Students simply sign up, register for a class and join their fellow yogis, virtually.

With small studios getting hit hard, virtual classes provide a way to stay afloat without shutting down completely.

Colorado Springs / Coronavirus / Health / Lifestyle / Local News

Kerjan Bianca

Kerjan is the weekend morning anchor and reporter for KRDO. Learn more about Kerjan here


1 Comment

  1. Hi there!
    Great article! Thank You for sharing. 🙏
    I was little confused at first, as the image for the story is outside of the studio that I teach at, Core Power Yoga in downtown COS, which is not Satya (Academy and Woodmen).
    Satya is AMAZING and i believe, the owner trained at Core Power Yoga too. The image is a little misleading and i would be remiss to not note this.
    Core Power is offering online courses as well!
    Check Out: corepoweryogaondemand.

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