This actually is a world-class place. I have taken several classes so far and I am very happy with my practice here. The instruction on yoga postures, breathing exercises and meditation is first rate -- world class even! It is a very serene, supportive environment for beginners, and they offer more challenging classes, too. There is even a free Satsang practice Sunday. The shop is great to and I have bought gifts for others here. I definitely would recommend to anyone to try this place. It is a refreshing change of place from the cookie-cutter yoga studios everywhere.
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19. Bombay Room Yoga
3354 NE 33rd StFort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Great teacher and owners... Ashley has great technique, something missing from a lot of other places. This is a great studio with great owners and s…
29. Better Body Spa
2040 NE 49th StFort Lauderdale, FL 33308
From Business: At Better Body Spa, we provide our clients stress relief and pain management without medication. Our treatments are customized to each individual client according…
This place is so cool. I have been a member here for almost three weeks now and I have no complaints whatsoever. The sessions are amazing and the instructors are so cool.
Don't buy from Yoga Warehouse. I wanted a simple Yoga blanket. They advertise blankets as "a grade higher then the typical classic or traditional yoga blanket" -- but it's the worst blanket I've ever seen. They say it's a "mix" of acrylic and cotton and "soft" but the blankets are 1) labeled 100% acrylic 2) are hard and uncomfortable and 3) stink of toxic-smelling chemicals. Hardly conducive to yoga. When I called up to return the blankets, the "customer service" guy was really rude -- it was the worst customer service I've ever experienced from any online company. Despite the fact that the product WAS NOT AS ADVERTISED, they make you pay for the shipping back. And Yoga Warehouse advertises “100% satisfaction guaranteed” with a "no-hassle return policy.” Not! I know Yoga Warehouse isn't like, say, the XL Keystone pipeline, but when a company has a product that is the exact opposite from what it advertises (poor quality, uncomfortable and 100% artificial) -- makes the customer may for the return AND insults the customer verbally on the phone, then it's hardly "namaste."