Yoga Home Officially Opens Today in Conshohocken

Hey, Conshy residents—you’ve got a new yoga studio in your ‘hood.




Yoga Home, located at 424 East Elm Street, officially opens its doors today, with a pretty robust roster of classes and workshops to meet your yoga needs. The studio offers vinyasa, slow flow, basics, alignment, yin, restorative and meditation classes seven days a week, with morning, afternoon and evening classes to suit a range of schedules. (Note: There are shower facilities for you lunch-hour or morning yogis out there.)

The instructor roster features names you might recognize, too: There are co-founders and longtime Philly yogis Maura Manzo and Kerri Hanlon, of course, as well as folks like Kate Goodyear and Ali Calvaruso, who teach at other studios around town.

In addition to yoga and mediation classes, the studio space also houses a coffeehouse-style cafe, with a lounge and couches for you to sip tea or eat snacks—all sold on site. They're sourcing grab-and-go style salads from Philly-based caterers Seedling and Sage, chocolate from Conshy's Tradestone Confections, and gluten-free and vegan options from Virago Bakery in Lansdale and the Little Bakery in Blue Bell.

Drop-in classes at Yoga Home are $15, with class cards available. Note that, for the time being, there will be a free Lululemon community class at Yoga Home on Saturdays at 4:30 p.m.

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