Ganesh Yoga Studio to move to Delano
07/23/2014 2:57 PM
07/23/2014 3:25 PM
WICHITA — Christince Vumai is branching out on her own and moving her Ganesh Yoga Studio from the Nurture Wellness Center in College Hill to new space in Delano.
"I was starting small to kind of get a feel of it," Vumai says of opening within Nurture Wellness Center in April.
She's now in the process of moving to 1201 W. Douglas, which is just off the southwest corner of Douglas and Seneca across from QuikTrip.
The space is just over 700 square feet.
"I don't want anything huge," Vumai says.
"I want to keep classes small and intimate," she says. "I want it to be very accessible and not intimidating."
Vumai, who offers standard yoga for all levels, plans to reopen Aug. 2.
She says she named her business after the Hindu god Ganesh. Vumai says she especially likes his elephant symbolism.
"The elephant symbolism is very welcoming and nonintimidating."
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