January 23, 2013
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Sol Vinyasa

When I arrived here 13 years ago, there was nary a yoga studio to be found. Since then, a steady stream have opened up and down the Shoreline and yogis can find all manner of yoga styles. But Shoreline hot yoga devotees had to drive to New Haven, Mystic or Middletown for class. No longer. TWO studios offer hot yoga: Pradipika in Clinton and Sol Vinyasa in Old Saybrook.

I’m still limping around on my injured knee, so no yoga yet for me, but I had a chance to stop in and check out Sol Vinyasa. Here you’ll find a full line-up of Baptiste-inspired Vinyasa classes, from Restorative Slow Flow (at 75 to 80 degrees) to All Levels Vinyasa (90 – 95 degrees). New to yoga? No problem, head to Yoga Basics on Sundays at 10am. The state of the art, radiant heat ceiling panels provide a consistent warmth and a steam unit controls humidity in the room for a purifying class. The overall experience is not unlike spending some time in the sun, something we all could use right about NOW. Check out Sol Vinyasa with this intro offer: $30 for two weeks of unlimited classes.

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