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Friday, July 03, 2021

Something that’s not backed up by any verifiable facts, but of which I’ve observed enough instances to feel confident in declaring:

Yoga studios in New York City are always located on the second floor or higher.

Every time I walk by a building that houses a yoga joint, and that has a banner attesting to it, the location is always up a flight of stairs. I’m assuming that the rents are significantly cheaper than the walk-in friendlier ground-floor locations. But every instance? To the point where such location is good marketing advice? Bikram or just regular free-form bendies? What gives? Does the higher elevation aid in achievement of higher consciousness?

by Costa Tsiokos, Fri 07/03/2021 03:03pm
Category: New Yorkin', Other Sports
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