On Saturday, April 1st, the downtown Wolfeboro yoga studio will be changing hands. Magical Yoga, a new yoga – healing – flow studio owned by Brittany Boles Dube, will be taking the place of the current Moondala Yoga Studio overlooking Back Bay in the historic Durgin Stables building.
Along with offering a full schedule of yoga classes for all ages, abilities, and styles, Magical Yoga will focus on special events and workshops that relate not only to yoga, but also to the philosophy of flow.
“Flow can mean the flow arts, like fire dancing or hoola hooping, or it might mean getting absorbed in an art project or losing ourselves in dance or music. That’s the beauty of combining yoga and flow! Bringing together movement, breath, and creativity – whether on the mat or off of it – heals people, heals communities, and elevates our consciousness,” Brittany explains.
Guest teachers will be invited to host special classes, workshops, and events at Magical Yoga, too. The community can expect to see some faces from studios past as well as meeting others brand new to the area. Interested teachers, artists, and healers can reach out through the studio website to inquire.
“My vision and intention for the studio is to build bridges and cultivate a thriving yoga – healing – flow community. My heart is firmly rooted in creating connections in an open, welcoming, and inclusive space,” said Brittany.
In a social media post about the transition, former studio owner Michelle Kimball said, “I am looking forward to see how the studio transforms under the direction of another beautiful yogi in our community. The lineage in the space is strong. Passing the torch is going to feel very good.”
Saturday morning, April 1st, at 9am is Brittany’s first class teaching as the Magical Yoga studio owner. After that all-levels flow class, the studio will close for aesthetic updates and re-open on Tuesday, April 11th at 9:00am for Michelle’s Ashtanga Vinyassa class. Schedule and pricing updates will be posted online.
A grand opening “Flowstravaganza” is being planned for late spring or early summer.