Welcome to Minx Studio in Palms/Culver City, a private space for personalized yoga instruction. The outer studio is fully equipped with six Manduka yoga mats, foam blocks, straps, blankets, bolsters and two Iyengar yoga chairs; full bathroom with shower and towels; and kitchen stocked with assorted teas and water. Perfect for small yoga classes (2-6 students), study groups (6-8), and peaceful overnight stays (the inner bedroom is equipped with queen size bed and entertainment system).
FOR PERSONALIZED YOGA
Looking for personalized instruction, but don’t know who to ask or where to start? We are happy to introduce students to certified yoga teachers for private instruction at the beginner and intermediate levels, in styles ranging from vinyasa flow, Iyengar, gentle hatha, restorative, and more. Contact us for additional information.
For Yoga Teachers
Yoga teachers with a minimum of 200 RYT level certification are welcome to rent for private instruction or group practice in our space. Licensed massage therapists, nutrition advisors, and other wellness professionals with appropriate insurance will also be considered. All studio teachers are welcome to join a complimentary drop-in group practice at 6:30 a.m. Tues-Fri. Contact us to receive the rate sheet.
Join us for Open House days this summer to check out the studio space! Open house is held from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. on the last Sunday and Monday of the month, July and August. July 20 & 31 • August 27 & 28 Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 310-504-5181.
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