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Flow at Foundy plans to bring fitness-focused yoga to the River Arts District

The studio plans to turn up the heat with hot yoga and core + cardio classes.

The two owners of Flow at Foundy posing outside the building with a red and pink flower mural painted on the wall.

Make sure to check out the blossoming flower mural after your flow.

Photo via @flowatfoundy

Calling all yogis — soon there will be a new River Arts District spot to get your stretch on. Flow at Foundy, a hot yoga and fitness studio, has announced its tentative opening date of Friday, March 1.

The 45-, 60-, and 75-minute classes will range from gentle vinyasa flows to pilates and barre fusion practices that will make you break a sweat. But the overall goal is to help folks find their stride while creating a sense of community and inclusivity. Co-founders Erin and Megan shared that the studio will have options available for people of all shapes, sizes, abilities, and experience levels.

Stay up to date with the studio’s happenings before it opens at 4 Foundy St., Ste. 10 right next to Summit Coffee — aka the perfect place to wind down with a cup of tea after a class.

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