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$49.99 Unlimited Monthly Yoga

$49.99 Unlimited Monthly Yoga

The answer is quite simple, “No”.  This pricing continues and is set up to pay as you go.  It isn’t a contract and it isn’t an introductory offer.  We just want people to have access to great yoga at an affordable price.  No catch.

Vital Q & A: Brianna from Fort Mill asks, “Why should I go to your studio if the YMCA has yoga?”

Vital Q & A: Brianna from Fort Mill asks, “Why should I go to your studio if the YMCA has yoga?”

YMCA and GYMS vs. Vital Yoga.  This is a question that gets asked quite often.  It is logical to wonder, “Why would I pay to go to Vital, when my YMCA/Gym has it?”  There are two sides to every story, and both are certainly worth exploring.  We will start with the Pros of yoga at a YMCA and/or gym. PROS of YMCA/GYM YOGA It’s included in your membership. CONS of YMCA/GYM YOGA -It is one…

Vital Q & A: Can I leave the room during class?

Vital Q & A: Can I leave the room during class?

Vital Q & A   Question: Tammy from Steele Creek asks, “Can I leave the room during class?”   Answer: Our studio is not a prison, and you are certainly free to leave during class.  It is understandable that you may have to use the restroom, cool off, get some water, etc. The ONLY time we ask that you remain in the studio is during svasana.  Svasana is a special time of rest and allows the…

The Determination of Cash Money

The Determination of Cash Money

Cashmere Money, aka Cash Money, is one of the most amazing people you will ever meet. She is a very kind, soft-spoken woman who makes you feel at ease in her presence. After growing up in New Jersey and attending Rutgers University for Accounting, she joined the Navy. She said that she enjoyed it, and it gave her some much needed structure and discipline in her life. While in the Navy, she met people who…

Do Right Be Light

Do Right Be Light

Do Right Be Light.  A year and a half ago, we took ownership of Vital Yoga Center in Matthews, NC.  We were met by some students and teachers with welcome arms, others less warmly.  I understood that they had a comfort level with what had been, but I had a vision to bring to fruition.  There was a time of trying to reach out and make the peace with both students and teachers.  There was a…