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Aside from having the coolest name ever, it's a good time to be Chanel Luck. The local yogi has just opened her first studio in South Boston, called Radiant Yoga, a moniker shared with her teacher training school. With a schedule boasting more than 25 weekly classes at $15 per class, Luck's team is offering everything from upbeat, playful routines like Fluid Power Flow on one end of the spectrum with supportive, calming practices like Candlelight Yin Flow on the other. Community and specialized classes are also on the agenda, including the trendy AcroYoga and pre-natal groups.
Continuing Luck's mission to make yoga more accessible, Radiant Yoga is home to her co-founded nonprofit, Yoga for Single Moms. Complimentary yoga classes and on-site childcare provides single-parents (dads, too!) with the opportunity to reap emotional and physical benefits of practice, stress-free. According to the studio website, additional classes will be added to the schedule tomorrow, October 15.
· Radiant Yoga [Official Site]