Breathe in. Hold at the top.
While the former teachers of Yoga One feel a loss — a loss that none of them saw coming — they hold onto that “special magic of Yoga One.”
Yet, even if they aren’t ready — they breathe out and let it all go. That’s what yogis do.
“In that letting go, there is this creation of space, space for something new,” said yoga teacher Lauren Alexander. “Space for possibility, community, connection — and so much love and magic.”
In that space of creation, the former teachers came together, and dreamed up a new structure to practice yoga.
A sudden ending for a popular Charlotte yoga studio
On the morning of June 23, Rebby Kern taught their regularly scheduled yoga class over Zoom. They promoted their upcoming classes. All seemed normal.
Because of COVID-19, Yoga One had transitioned to digital classes, temporarily closing its