Kirkland’s Ashram yoga studio celebrates two years

The Ashram yoga studio, which specializes in teaching hot yoga classes, celebrated its second anniversary earlier this month. The Ashram opened its doors on May 18, 2006, and has grown to offer more than 35 hot vinyasa and Bikram style classes per week. The studio marked the occasion May 18 by offering free classes to first-time clients, a raffle and a reception.

The Ashram yoga studio, which specializes in teaching hot yoga classes, celebrated its second anniversary earlier this month. The Ashram opened its doors on May 18, 2006, and has grown to offer more than 35 hot vinyasa and Bikram style classes per week. The studio marked the occasion May 18 by offering free classes to first-time clients, a raffle and a reception.

“Reaching this milestone presents the perfect opportunity to thank all of the loyal customers who have helped The Ashram grow and become a premier hot yoga facility in the Puget Sound region,” said Gary Olson, studio owner and primary instructor.

For more information about The Ashram, visit www.theashramyoga.com or call (425) 828-YOGA.


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