Crowtown Yoga moves to new location

| June 6, 2019

Cindy Kostecki, owner of Crowtown Yoga, is celebrating her fifth anniversary in a larger space at 410 Main St. The new studio gives her more space for students, the opportunity to offer different courses and have a small yoga shop.

COSHOCTON – Crowtown Yoga is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a new location at 410 Main St., above the former Golden’s store.

The new space allows owner Cindy Kostecki to offer different classes to more people and a small shop with yoga-themed items.

Her first special class, yoga for weight loss, kicks off on June 11. Cost is $125 per student.

“When you feel better that makes a difference in your spiritual life,” Kostecki said. “Yoga can help you shift your way of thinking and relax.”

She also plans to offer a yoga teacher training class.

“Hopefully we will end up with 10-15 new certified teachers in the community that can teach yoga at their church, to their kids or in a classroom,” Kostecki said. “Any small way you can implement yoga in your life is helpful.”

Classes cost $10 unless otherwise noted. Check for a class schedule and pricing. Information on Crowtown Yoga also can be found on Facebook or by calling 740-295-9021.

“I want to thank my students for their support,” Kostecki said. “Without them coming to classes there would not be a Crowtown Yoga. I also want to thank my husband Tim and daughter Althea. I also have a group of dedicated yogi friends that volunteer their time and show up when I need help.”

If you would like to try yoga, but aren’t sure where to begin come to the free, family-friendly, outdoor class planned for 7 p.m. Friday, June 21 on the court square. Bring a yoga mat and a picnic if you would like.

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