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Boston | Back Bay Yoga Studio

March 26, 2014

If you like Yoga, and you go to Boston..  bring your mat on over to Back Bay Yoga.

The schedule of classes is online, and like many yoga studios, Back Bay Yoga is encouraging signing up online.  Don’t have a mat? Don’t worry.  Mats are available for a $3 rental fee.  Rest assured, I was impressed to learn they are steam sanitized after every use….

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Lynne Beiger is the Studio Director of Back Bay Yoga Studio.  What quickly gained a loyal following blossomed exponentially.  A few years ago, Lynne moved BBY to its larger and current location at 364 Boylston Street.  The thriving studio offers a variety of classes, 7 days a week.  A well vetted group of teachers offers yoga in a variety of styles.

Classes are taught by local and visiting teachers and the level of instruction is very high. BBY draws world class teachers.  Several years ago, I was lucky enough to take a six-week class with Phillip Moffitt on Meditation.  Phillip is the former CEO and Editor of Esquire Magazine, and recognized as a leading Meditation expert (To learn more, go HERE.)

(My primary yoga teacher, from Nantucket, Caitlin Marcoux, even sampled a “Primal Yoga” class there last week.  Yes, it’s true, the instructor had the students crawling around on the floor like primal beings.  The result?  Lots of smiles and liberation from the standard expectations of yoga!)

 Chances are good BBY will be offering a class at just the time you would like to take one, and chances are also good it will be interesting.

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A fine selection of yoga books, props, & gear is available for sale.

Nameste!

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Look for this sandwich board on Boylston Street.

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Testament to BBY’s loyal yoga community: the mat rack where students can leave their mats.

Back Bay Yoga

364 Boylston Street

http://www.backbayyoga.com/

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