Troutman’s first yoga studio will formally open Monday.
All-level courses will start at 9 a.m. at Let it Flow Yoga on North Main Street and proceed all through the day.
On Tuesday, a Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting occasion is set for three to 5 p.m.
Here are 4 issues to find out about Let it Flow:
1.) WEEKLONG CELEBRATION: The public is invited to drop in for courses throughout a “soft opening” week, culminating in a grand opening occasion Saturday.
Saturday’s occasion will embrace all-level, newbie and superior courses, refreshments and stay music.
Drop-in class charges are $16 for adults, $10 for ages 10 to 16.
2.) BECOME A YOGA INSTRUCTOR: Co-owners Sandy Plemmons and Jennifer Brinkley might be joined by 20 instructors, together with grasp academics Andy and Tamara Totman.
The couple beforehand ran a studio in Mooresville referred to as Vinyasa Arts. They may also function the artistic administrators at Let It Flow and instruct others on how to turn out to be yoga academics.
Those courses will start in May.
three.) MORE THAN JUST YOGA: Let it Flow’s faucet room will supply beer and wine, and regionally produced espresso and tea might be served.
“We’re flipping the model (of going to a brewery or winery to do yoga) on its head,” stated Plemmons.
Salsa and shag courses shall be provided on Friday nights by Melanie Shiplee, knowledgeable ballroom dancer and instructor.
A retail part will supply yoga attire, shirts, lotions and jewellery.
four.) DUDES CAN DO IT: A male-only class referred to as “Dudes Do Yoga Too” begins at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 23 for guys who don’t need to be in class full of girls.
“That has really taken off, and it complements those who golf, run or bike, and helps them with flexibility and balance,” Plemmons stated.
WHERE: 403 N. Main St., Troutman