Yonder Yoga Opening Summer 2019 in Westside Village

New yoga studio is pre-selling discounted monthly and annual memberships to its first 100 founding members starting in May.
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Yonder Yoga, the City’s newest yoga studio, is coming to Westside Village.

It will open in Summer 2019 at the adaptive reuse mixed-use development, at  2260 Marietta Boulevard NW Suite 106.

In anticipation of its opening later this year, Yonder Yoga is pre-selling discounted monthly and annual memberships to its first 100 founding members starting in May.

“Yonder Yoga will offer structured, movement-inspired classes, sequenced to empowering and energetic music,” Selby Merritt, the company’s founder and managing partner, in a prepared statement told What Now Atlanta.

“Based off of Vinyasa-style yoga, classes will be fast-paced and allow students to move to the rhythm of their breath.”

The studio room will accommodate over 45 students and be heated between 90 and 93 degrees with 60 percent humidity.

Yonder Yoga will feature “high-end” amenities including full men’s and women’s locker room complete with showers, free mat rentals, a lounge area, grab-and-go food and beverage sales, and a retail boutique highlighting “on-trend” yoga and lifestyle brands including Alo, Rhone, Avocado, Lorna Jane, Liforme, Manduka, Yoloha, and more.

The Yonder Yoga brand is inspired by the definition of “yonder” meaning “a place you can see but have not yet reached,” Merritt said.

In Westside Village, the yoga studio joins other tenants including Westside Pizza, Primrose School, Clean Juice and The Refinery.

Yoder Yoga Westside Village
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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Atlanta (WNA). He was featured in The New York Times, Creative Loafing's "20 People to Watch," named "Lifestyle Blogger You Need To Know" by Rolling Out Magazine and highlighted as Atlanta's Metropolitan Male in fashion magazine, 944. WNA has been named "Best of Atlanta" by Creative Loafing, and Atlanta and Jezebel Magazines.

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  1. I am sure you meant to depict a non diverse image for your establishment knowing this is a gentrified community. You surely did put your best foot forward and showed both of your hands! Clearly you don’t welcome all.

  2. If you want a kick ass yoga class then go to Yonder Yoga. Selby Merritt is inspiring and professional.you willing leave satisfied, feeling good and ready for the next challenge. Bring it on!

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