Yoga studios are a dime a dozen these days, but what about studios hardly costing a dime? Well, you Bargain Bettys rejoice, because three Utah women – Monica Faux-Kota, Angela Rhinehart and Karen Salas – have made it happen.
Three local women provide space for self-healing.
The three run Vitalize Community & Healing Arts Studio in Sugar House, which offers independent practitioners an affordable space (we’re talkin’ like 15 bucks an hour) to host classes, treatments, parties and more. It’s a very “pay it forward” mentality,” helping practitioners pass their savings onto you, and then when you having a healing experience, maybe you’ll go forth to positively affect the world.
So try your first Forrest Yoga class free, or join the Shambhala Meditation Group for a suggested donation. Or, because the space is also headquarters for the Utah Prenatal Massage Association (a group the Vitalize founders also head), why not “enhance your connection” with baby through an infant massage class?
Whether you’re in the market for some studio space, or simply want to try a new practice (or pamper yourself!) the Vitalize founders say you’ll dig the vibe.
Says Faux-Kota, “Patrons and practitioners rave about its rich energetic vibration and its ideal environment for instructing, learning, and healing.”
Vitalize Community & Healing Arts Studio is located at 2154 S. Highland Drive in Salt Lake City.