CorePower Yoga Closing Easton Location
In 2015, CorePower Yoga, one of the largest yoga ventures in the U.S., opened at Easton near Whole Foods. CorePower then opened a Short North location, but soon there will be just one as CorePower Yoga in Columbus. The CorePower Yoga Easton studio closes after classes on July 25, 2018. Classes will then consolidate in their Short North location at 14 W. Millay Alley (across from Columbus Le Meridien/The Joseph).
“The shopping center is making changes, and they are requiring that we leave the space,” said CorePower studio manager, Elizabeth Beattie.
Founded in 2002 by serial tech entrepreneur Trevor Tice who used yoga to recover from a climbing accident that shattered his ankles, CorePower Yoga has been called the “Starbucks of yoga” and brought its blend of Ashtanga, Bikram and other yoga styles to millions of people across the country. CorePower Yoga has over 180 studios, with 29 in Chicago, as well as online yoga classes. It also does the incredible Yoga on the Rocks events in Denver where the corporation is headquartered.
“The Easton community has been just great,” said Beattie. Since opening in Fall 2015, the Easton location has graduated multiple students from its teacher training program and has given many yoga students hot yoga classes with high-end amenities.
Classes will continue at the Easton CorePower through July 25. CorePower Yoga in the Short North will honor memberships from CorePower Easton and the other CorePower studios across the country. For more information, customers may contact the corporate CorePower office in Denver at 866-441-9642.
The Short North CorePower Yoga location at 14 West Millay Alley has covered parking available at The Joseph’s garage on West Russell Street. Please note that CorePower does not use MindBody; it has its own app for schedules.
For more information, visit corepoweryoga.com.