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Yoga, Disrupted

Anh-Minh Le | November 27, 2017 | Story Now In

In the heart of the Valley—where else?—Joanna Meiseles is disrupting the traditional yoga practice.

Turbo 26 Studio is slated to open its first location at Stanford Shopping Center in mid-November. Its state-of-the-art climate control keeps the room between 98 and 100 degrees, with 30 percent humidity, allowing for a “healthy heat,” as Meiseles puts it. 

The 26-minute, fast-flow yoga classes—which start every half hour all day—are designed to build internal heat and, as a result, improve stamina, strength, exibility and balance. No resting poses here, but the classes are geared toward all levels, from beginners to advanced yogis. At Turbo 26, movement leads to mindfulness.

Originally published in the November/December issue of Silicon Valley

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