A moving experience

Yoga studio relocates to Depot Street

"Bigger and brighter with neat energy and excitement."

This is how Lisa Kelly, owner of Zen Revolution, describes the new space for her spin and cycle studio.

Zen Revolution, which opened roughly a year ago, recently moved from their previous location on Main Street in Manchester to 671 Depot St., adjacent to r.k. Miles Paint and Decorating Store.

"The new studio has become a landing space for people to slow down and breathe," Kelly said.

Thanks to the new larger space, Kelly has brought in two new yoga instructors and she has been able to expand her spin and yoga class offerings. A new mommy/toddler yoga class is set to start in a few weeks.

Although new sessions and classes are being added, the studio still offers their popular endurance ride, core fusion, kabox, and power hour yoga classes at convenient times.

While her regular clientele is still passionately attending classes, Kelly has seen an increase in participation from members of the community as well as tourists — a fact she attributes to the new location and the completion of her successful first year in business.

According to Kelly, who has seen the new location turn into a quasi-community center for her clientele, the studio is all about "promoting taking care of ourselves." With this in mind, Kelly is currently focusing on the addition of more affordable workshops that will include: restorative yoga, meditation and myofascial release therapy.

For more information regarding class schedules, to sign-up for classes or to learn more about upcoming workshops, go to zenrevolutionvt.com or call 802-375- 3753.


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