CorePower Yoga is located at Easton Gateway and in the Short North in Columbus. Both locations opened less than a year ago. I attended the Easton location and was very pleasantly surprised by my experience! I say pleasantly surprised, because admittedly, I was hesitant about CorePower because I know it is a corporate brand with locations all over the country. But, as soon as I entered the doors, Elizabeth's familiar face and local charm made me feel right at home.
The first thing I noticed was the boutique style shopping area. There were so many cute clothes for sale! After a little browsing, Elizabeth gave me a tour of the space. It was so modern and clean, I couldn't wait to see the studio. The restrooms/showers felt like a spa area rather than a yoga studio. They also offered fresh towels that guests could purchase for a $1 to use in the class.
I attended the Hot Power Fusion class--which is their most traditional style of class. As soon as I walked in the room, I felt the heat, but it wasn't overwhelming, it was comforting. The class began and we got moving. Each pose had purpose and each move was strong. The hour flew by and soon enough I was in a blissful savasana.
While CorePower is known for it's intense, hot workouts, they also offer other yoga classes that are less intensely heated or not heated at all like C1 is. View their list of classes here.
CorePower, while it's headquarters are located in Denver, still give a local vibe that shows through their classes and all their programs they do in the city. You can find them offering free yoga at different locations around town including The Joseph and at Easton Town Center.
Try them out at their Short North or Easton location. Your first WEEK is free!
OR, you can try them at our next Sweat Sesh on November 19 at Wolf's Ridge Brewing!