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Atwater Yoga

Atwater Yoga

Los Angeles, CA

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“Private yoga and cross disciplinary healing”

About Atwater Yoga

Certain things go well together, like strawberries and chocolate, a hug and kiss, yoga and...

Look no further for your flock if you can read between the lines. You have found your people. Now, come stretch with us and get up off the sofa to discover new heights of relaxation and feel-goodness. You will float out the door on an endorphin cloud, whether you observe 4:20 or not, after this magic carpet ride of a yoga class set to groovy tunes. Arrive early or stay late and get comfy in our outdoor courtyard. You know who you are.

First class is priced at $5.00. Classes are at $12.00 after that; however, the experience is priceless


3191 Casitas Ave., #112
Los Angeles, CA 90039

Question and answer

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. We are a laid-back environment to practice top-notch, physically demanding yoga. The owner created Brazilian Yoga in conjunction with Jiu-Jitsu blackbelts, to help them prevent injury and stay calm during a fight. This is also why adjustments are very hands-on. At the studio there's no preaching, free parking, free mat rental, free tea, and hands-on instruction. We are creating a caring, fun environment, inspired by Brazilian culture. In fact, 420 Yoga is a class where medical marijuana patients can medicate before a restorative, healing class that will release endorphins, and help them relieve pain naturally.

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. Guiding people toward a deeper undersanding of their body, how it works, and how to move it so they feel good and prevent injury.

Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

A. Do I have to be "good" at yoga? There is no good or bad at yoga becasue it's not a performance, it's a personal experience whose success is measured by how immersed you are in the experience, how good you feel.

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