Do Yoga in This Hip, Color-Changing Space to Indie Electronica

It's basically like a zen nightclub — but during the day.

Photograph by: Charles Shan Cerrone

Calling all Fishtown and Kensington yogis: Your lunchtime zen session is about to get a lot more colorful. Ashley Tryba, a teacher-in-training at Three Queens Yoga, is kicking off a weekly community yoga series at Colorspace Labs which, if you don’t know, is basically a studio and exhibition spot that changes colors — like the inside of the world’s chillest club.

The open-to-the-public series takes place on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. noon at Colorspace Labs (1714 Mascher Street in Kensington), where Tryba will lead the group through an alignment-based flow to the beats of some groovy indie electronica tunes. In addition to the flow, each session will feature some myofascial release with tennis balls — which we’ve tried and LOVED at Bella Vista’s Three Queens Yoga — in addition to some heavenly essential oil aromatherapy. This is shaping up to be a pretty sweet yoga break, huh?

Each session is $10 a pop and you can RSVP here — your first RSVP will last you the whole series (as in, you don’t have to sign up each time). As this is a pop-up-style class, be sure to bring your own mat, towels, water, and any other necessary props to the practice. After the session, you are more than welcome to stay and mingle, eat your lunch before heading back to work or just basque in your post-yoga glow.

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