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We know you love a good flow, Denver. And while there is no shortage of places to hit the mat, that doesn’t mean we won’t welcome another one with open arms. Because that sort of welcome Austin-based Black Swan Yoga is known for. Now, this open-handed, donation-based studio is ready to bring its good vibes to the Mile High.
The mission of Black Swan is to make yoga accessible to all. And while that may sound like a cliché mission for a yoga studio, BSY really walks the talk. How so? They welcome you to pay whatever you can, and they won’t turn anyone away for lack of funds.
This model has made BSY a favorite of the communities it has created throughout Texas (Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio), and long-time BSY student-turned-teacher and now Denver studio owner Madilyn Chen hopes to do the same in Colorado. The first studio will be setting up shop in Cap Hill next to Bang Up to the Elephant! at 1308 N. Pearl St.
Black Swan Yoga's community usually spreads like wildfire. And while Madilyn doesn’t have any other studios in the works just yet, she does have hopes to keep spreading the BSY love throughout the state once the Cap Hill studio is up and running. It’s all about accessibility and sharing the love, which explains their latest programming borrowed from respected strength academy Onnit (check out Hot Onnit if you get a chance).
Whether you’re a total newbie or a seasoned yogi, whether your budget is here or there, get ready to give BSY a try this year. There are no strings attached, after all.
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