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Mon, 10am-9:15pm; Tue, 7:30am-9:15pm; Wed, 9am-9:15pm; Thu, 7:30am-8:20pm; Fri, 10am-8:15pm; Sat, 9:30am-6:35pm; Sun, 9:30am-7:35pm
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L at Bedford Ave.
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Opened by Kula founder Schuyler Grant and longtime instructor Nikki Vilella, the Brooklyn offshoot of the long-standing Tribeca studio offers Kula’s signature, hour and a half Vinyasa flow classes, as well as beginner sessions and classes designed just for guys. The space—made almost entirely of salvaged wood from the Catskills—also boasts a café with healthy treats, Hyde yoga apparel for sale, a loft area for lounging, a changing room (with shower!), as well as a sauna. There are kids' yoga classes offered, and the community vibe runs further with weekly in-studio dinners. Hour and a half sessions are $18 for drop-ins.Pros
With everything going on here, this studio feels akin to a retreat center, and it would be easy to spend the afternoon.
Though located in Brooklyn, classes go for Manhattan prices ($18).
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