You Can Now Get $20 Acupuncture Treatments at This Philly Yoga Studio

Roots Philly Yoga will now offer acupuncture twice a week.

Photograph by iStock/AndreyPopov

Roots Philly Yoga has been a fixture on Spring Garden Street since 2015, but on Friday, the owners closed the door on their two-year-old studio.

Not for long, however. On New Year’s Day, Roots opened up in a brand-new space located just two blocks away at 1000 Buttonwood Street. And while the new space will continue to host the studio’s series of Ashtanga classes — including their 80-degree “Fire Flow” and a soothing “Candelight Vinyasa” — it’s also adding a few new offerings to the list.

The smaller of Roots Philly Yoga’s two new studio spaces, the Moon Studio holds up to 15 students. Photograph courtesy Roots Philly Yoga.

Included in the additions is community acupuncture, which will be provided by Root’s in-studio acupuncturist, Dawn Webster of Callowhill Acupuncture. For $20, attendees can either sign up ahead of time or walk-in for a group acupuncture treatment, which are scheduled for Wednesdays from 4:30 to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

According to studio co-founder Lauren Burling, there are also plans to add a couple of in-studio massage therapists to Roots Philly Yoga, for some pre- or post- class full-body restoration.

The larger studio, the Earth Studio, can host classes of 40 participants. Photograph courtesy Roots Yoga Philly

In celebration of their grand re-opening, Roots is offering a special discount through February 28 for any new students who want to try them out. For $20, you can get two weeks of unlimited classes — which is a pretty good deal, especially if doing lots of yoga is a part of your New Year’s resolutions. Check out the class calendar to find your first session here.
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