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There are a lot of ways to join the Pure community. You can opt to take classes at the original East Side studio, or at the new West Side studio, or both. Unlimited yoga or a set number of classes per month— it's up to you. Either way, you'll enjoy the full locker rooms, showers, lounge spaces, mats, and towels always available. There's a reason Vogue calls Pure "A New Yoga Sanctuary." Sign up for your 3-day trial membership today. >>
Pure Yoga is an all-level studio—beginners welcome!—with over 180 classes at two uptown locations. Styles range from Ashtanga to Yin Yoga, with Hot to Vinyasa Flow, Anusara, and more. No idea what Ashtanga or Yin Yoga is? No problem! Pure Yoga will help you find the practice that's right for you.
This time next week, it'll be March. Before you know it, trees will bloom, flowers will blossom, and it will be time to free your mind, body, and spirit from the shackles of the long and dark winter. It will not be easy. Fortunately for you, Pure Yoga is here to help.