Editors’ Choice (TIE)
Flow Yoga Studio
Founded in 2012, FLow Yoga Studio is a boutique yoga and fitness studio with the goal of creating movement in the community. Over the years, while their mission has stayed the same, their offerings have expanded. FLow now creates movement through in-person classes at the studio, online classes with FLow on the Go, gifts from the Go With The FLow Boutique, and spa services in the Zen Den. Most recently, they launched Roots by FLow Yoga Studio, an initiative that aims to raise funds, awareness, and support for organizations doing important work in the community.
532 Lowell St., Peabody, flowyogaclasses.com
Wellness Hot Yoga
During the shutdown, Wellness Hot Yoga and studio owner Teri Almquist kept up with their clients via daily live, online classes. All classes were offered free of charge. Arguably more necessary than ever, virtual yoga has been a lifeline for so many during this challenging time. Clients were encouraged to join for what they could make work, be it a whole class, some breathing exercises, or just the floor series.
East Mill, 43 High St., Ste. 310 North Andover, 978-689-9642, wellnesshotyoga.com
The Energy Barre
Whether you’re a yoga newbie or a seasoned pro, there’s a class for everyone in search of a little namaste. From beginner flow to heated candlelight classes to more advanced dynamic yoga, the variety and quality of yoga offerings is hard to beat.
5 Central Sq., The Dow Block Building, 4th Fl., Stoneham, 781-435-0441, theenergybarre.com