Urban Oasis Yoga Studio to move to Minisa Corner in Riverside
01/14/2014 2:02 PM
01/14/2014 2:33 PM
WICHITA — Urban Oasis Yoga Studio is moving to a new urban setting.
Jennie Cooper, who bought the Delano business in June, is moving it from 535 W. Douglas to Minisa Corner at 13th and Bitting where Riverside Cafe is.
"I love that I'll be in more of the community with the schools and everything around," Cooper says.
Her current Delano space, where she'll be through the end of the month, is 3,000 square feet.
"It's insane," Cooper says of how large it is.
The new space, which opens Feb. 1, is about 1,000 square feet.
With the move, there will be additional classes and new schedules. Cooper says she offers classes "from the womb to the tomb," including prenatal, beginning and more advanced classes.
Class sizes are small, but Cooper says, "We have a very full schedule."
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