CorePower Yoga Enters NC Market

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CorePower Yoga is entering the North Carolina market in November 2015 with their inaugural location in Raleigh’s Cameron Village shopping center on the corner of Woodburn Road and Cameron Street. This will be the first of five locations to be opened within the next few years, according to the franchisee.

“With the recent and continued growth of the Triangle area, health-centric culture, and friendly business community, entering the North Carolina market was a natural next step in our brand’s expansion,” said New Market Opening Manager Jessica Sharpe. “We’re excited to join the Raleigh community as well as become a part of our future students’ healthy lifestyles.”

The Raleigh location will be open seven days a week with classes offered throughout the day, beginning at 6 a.m. and ending at 10 p.m. The studio space is approximately 5,500 square feet will be equipped with two large studios and a men and women’s locker room. It will offer four varieties of classes, including CorePower 1, CorePower 2, Hot Power Fusion, and Yoga Sculpt.

CorePower classes are a formatted style of yoga, offering consistency and a great workout with every teacher and every studio. The consistency also offers accessibility; whether you are a seasoned yoga practitioner or a brand-new yoga student, the community environment sets up students for success.

The first CorePower Yoga location opened its doors in 2002 in Denver, C.O. Since then, they have opened over 100 studios nationwide, making yoga accessible to all through consistent class formatting and a unique style of power yoga.

The location opening in November 2015 located in Cameron Village Shopping Center, at 435 Woodburn Rd, Suite A0168 in Raleigh, N.C. 27605.

For the CorePower Yoga website: visit Like CorePower Yoga Raleigh’s Facebook page to learn more about the opening and pre-opening deals.

Class Descriptions:

  • CorePower 1 and CorePower 2: CPY’s proprietary heated Power Vinyasa classes incorporate a flow of sequenced poses that focus on building and engaging core strength to eventually support students in more advanced postures.
  • Hot Power Fusion: Hot Power Fusion combines the meditative and detoxifying qualities of Hot Yoga with the intensity of Power Yoga. Classes focus on opening the shoulders, hips and spine as well as strengthening core and upper body.
  • Yoga Sculpt: With Yoga Sculpt, the CorePower 2 class is amped up with free weights and set to music, creating resistance and a high-energy class. Every major muscle group is worked with intensified poses.

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