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801 W 5th St Austin, TX 78703, United States
801 West 5th StreetUSTexasAustin78703
(512) 542-9642corepoweryoga.com
Yoga StudioToday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 6:00 am – 8:30 pmTuesday 6:00 am – 8:30 pmWednesday 6:00 am – 8:30 pmThursday 6:00 am – 8:30 pmFriday 6:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
CorePower Yoga class combines heat, music & movement for an intense & energizing experience. Looking to increase strength & flexibility, lose weight & manage stress? Come see what the buzz is about.
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"I was impressed with the modern decor and various yoga classes for all types."
5 reviewers
"The rooms are heated and beginners can start with a Core Power 1 class."
2 reviewers
"Pay to rent towels, yoga mats, etc. Friendly instructors."
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Hunter Wenger
a month ago
First timer and thoroughly enjoyed the workout. It was nice to get the blood flowing again in a calm, clean atmosphere. The leaders were super kind and supportive. The class was small but that could've been the time if day. Also, the facility was very nice, modern, clean. Either way, I'll be going back for sure.
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David Crow
2 months ago
I was impressed with the modern decor and various yoga classes for all types. I did the hot yoga fusion session and enjoyed the heat intensity and core moves. Good place to detox and stretch and increase your health through yoga.
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Cyndi L
5 months ago
Clean, nice facilities. Parking is somewhat difficult to find- pay for street parking. Pay to rent towels, yoga mats, etc. Friendly instructors.
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Kevin Lamb
a year ago
There are over three-hundred billions places to practice yoga in Austin. To my mind, this one is the best. In fact, it's the best place I've practiced anywhere. The classes combine the aspects I find essential from the various yoga styles. It has the endurance building and physical prowess of Bikram without the reliance on the same 26-postures that can come to feel limiting, even dogmatic. It has the harmonizing of body movement with breathing awareness that, hitherto, I found most manifest in Vinyasa, though there are times after practicing Vinyasa where I felt as if my mind had been soothed but my body hadn't grooved, you dig? Every time I went to Core the practice was different, and yet this was the same: I received a helluva workout and ironically had more energy after physically exhausting myself, and was rejuvenated psychologically and, for lack of a better term, spiritually. Word. As for the teachers, they're approachable and available before and after class. I found each of them open and encouraging and I easily identified with their knowledge and love of yoga. And the worst thing I could say about the studio is it's too nice (which, of course, is awesome). It's spacious, impeccably clean, vibrant in color and atmosphere, and the amenities are incredible and spa-worthy. They thought of everything, from bags to put your wet clothes in to mouth wash to body spray, and the location is prime real estate in downtown, right next to Whole Foods, a two-minute bike ride to the river trails, et al. I love it all. Seriously, it makes me want to be a better man. That legit. Anyway, it's good rule of thumb in yoga to try a variety of styles and studios to find a fit, and this happened to be the place I'd been looking for, the one that made me feel most connected with myself, my practice, my teachers, and my surroundings. And they offer a free trial week, so you might as well see for yourself, right.
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Natalie Parra-Novosad
3 months ago
I started taking yoga classes here about a year ago when I won a month pass at a chamber of commerce event. In addition to the free month, they allowed me to add their customary free week on top of that. I've been going ever since. I would characterize most of the yoga classes I've take before Core Power as lazy in comparison. There are some great instructors here that seem to really care about helping you advance in your postures, improve your breathing, get a great work out, and get all that you can out of practicing vinyasa yoga. The added core work out does wonders for improving strength. The rooms are heated and beginners can start with a Core Power 1 class. If you're serious about improving your practice, this place is highly recommended! Only downside is parking is sometimes difficult. Get there early if you can.
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Jacob Borgeson
5 months ago
Great yoga place on the high end. Fully stocked and nicesShowers, clothes to buy, mat and towel rental, so it has everything you need. Can be crowded sometimes on Monday afternoons (don't ask me why).
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Tiffany Leung
a year ago
I prefer this studio way better than the one at the Triangle. If you decide to drive. The parking is validated for a dollar at the studio! The instructors are knowledgeable and my practice has gotten a lot more frequent since I became a member. I started off with c1 and now taking c2 classes. They can be challenging but because the classes are small, the instructors does give hands-on instructions which is very helpful. They do offer free week for first time members!
Whitney Coyle
2 years ago
I went into my free week of classes as a new student at Core Power (which I LOVE that they give you a trial period before committing) and walked out vowing that I would go back! They made me love yoga. All the staff is great, and the instructors are by far the best I have ever experienced! The facilities are clean, the environment is relaxed, and the location is ideal. Also if you can't afford the prices (although all yoga studios are expensive), they have a work-trade option which I love! GO DO YOGA HERE!
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