CorePower Yoga opens in North Scottsdale’s Sonora Village

CorePower Yoga studio has opened at 15740 N. Pima Road. (File photo)

CorePower Yoga studio has opened its sixth site with a new studio in North Scottsdale’s Sonora Village.

The North Scottsdale CorePower Yoga, 15740 N. Pima Road, is offering free classes through Feb. 10 during its preview period, according to a press release.

Beyond the preview period, new students always receive the first week of classes free to sample the different formats offered. Plus, the Phoenix studios offer a two-week, $9 deal that includes a yoga mat for new students, the release noted.

“Our preview period is a great time for interested students to try our classes and experience the variety of workouts we offer. Everyone comes to yoga for different reasons and we have something for everybody,” said Jaqlyn Collier, CorePower Yoga area manager, in a prepared statement.

“In addition, they get to observe the community they will become a part of, and experience how our instructors provide consistency and accountability in their practice.”

The company’s sixth location in the region, the approximately 4,500-square-foot North Scottsdale studio is operated by franchisee Level 4 Yoga and is open seven days a week with classes from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., the release said.

“We are very excited about our North Scottsdale studio and look forward to celebrating this milestone with energetic yoga fans in the community,” said Ms. Collier in a prepared statement.

“Since opening our first studio in Phoenix in 2015, we’ve seen exceptional participation and support in this region and we love how dedicated our students are to experiencing the magic of yoga through a powerful, purposeful and fun workout.”

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