You can’t namaste in the same place forever. It’s no surprise that the ubiquitous Body Electric Yoga Company is opening a massive new facility in the Sunshine City. Welcome to the Warehouse Arts District of St. Petersburg, The Body Electric!
On any given weekend you’ll find instructors from the yoga studio leading classes poolside at The Hollander, at 3 Daughters Brewery, in the courtyard at the Sundial, and even at select parks. Owners Jenny Miller and Katelyn Grady have been keeping St. Pete fit since 2013.
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Hey St. Pete! What are some of your favorite ways to stay active? The City of @stpetefl kicked off the #healthystpete program last year which includes super fun fitness classes in every nook and cranny of our little town. We partnered up to offer free yoga at Crescent Lake Park the first Saturday of every month. Next month will be led by @namasgra, no registration necessary. @stpeteparksrec #cometogether #yogisoftheburg
The rise of yoga in St. Pete
The meteoric rise of The Body Electric as the yoga studio in the Sunshine City has been a marvel to watch. For the pair to now open in a new facility speaks volumes about the growth of the small business scene here in the Burg.
But enough about St. Pete, let’s dig into what you can expect from The Body Electric’s new athletic facility, which is located at 655 31st Street South.
The BE will offer childcare for $8 while members workout. To say the Body Electric offers a diverse range of fitness classes would be an understatement.
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Happy Monday and first day of Fall! 🍁 How blessed we are to get to see all of your smiling faces around town and filling the studio. Our weekend workshops, events and festival set ups were the perfect way to ring in the new season. ⠀ ⠀ ⚡️Care to share your Equinox intentions?
Huge swath of fitness classes offered
“In addition to Strength, Conditioning, Combo, Core Focus, Loaded Yoga, and Self-Care and Recovery classes, we just added Oxygen Optimization, a breathing performance class,” said Body Electric owner Jenny Miller.
In case you really need to cool off and revitalize those muscles, the BE is also adding ice tubs out back of their new facility.
“We’ll start presales for current Body Electric Yoga unlimited members only on Nov. 1. Stand-alone BE Athletic autodebit membership will presale for $120/month, which includes open gym access,” wrote Miller in an email to ilovetheburg.com.
Could open by this December
The new Body Electric facility could open before the end of 2019. Follow The Body Electric on Facebook for updates. Want to keep up with all the amazing events Body Electric is a part of? Follow their event listings on their website and on social media. You can find a full class schedule here.
While you wait for the new facility to open, you can visit The Body Electric’s yoga studio at 3015 7th Street North.