- The pandemic has forced many yoga studios to close up shop and shift to online classes.
- Studio owners discussed how they’ve lost teachers, students, and leases, and their hopes for the future.
- Despite the circumstances they’re optimistic in-person classes and online instruction can coexist.
Kimberley Leo was the owner of Namaste Yoga and Wellness – which at its peak had three locations in Oakland and Berkeley, California – when the pandemic forced her to close up shop last May.
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