Fitness junkies who like to change up their routines will soon have another option. Denver-based CorePower Yoga is opening its first Dallas studio at Mockingbird Station on August 1.
CorePower Yoga classes are set to energizing music, making them more modern than traditional. The Dallas studio will offer a variety of classes for all levels from 6 am-9:30 pm daily, including Core Power Yoga, Hot Yoga, Hot Power Fusion and Yoga Sculpt, which incorporates free weights.
New customers get a week of free yoga, so they can try before they buy. An unlimited monthly membership (auto-renewal) costs $149 and 30 day unlimited is $195. A drop in class will cost $20.
“We have been counting down the days until the studio opens, and we are so excited it’s finally here,” said Matt Weston, CorePower Yoga Mockingbird Station studio manager. “We can’t wait to bring our unique style of yoga to Dallas.”
On July 31, CorePower Yoga invites the Dallas community to Mockingbird Station for a friends-and-family celebration. Doors open at 5:30 pm for a free class that begins at 7.
Since Trevor Tice founded CorePower Yoga in 2002, the company has grown to include more than 99 studios across 13 states, including two in Austin. The Mockingbird Station studio is CorePower Yoga’s 101st location and one of approximately 20 that the company plans to open in new and existing markets this year.