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Y7 Yoga Opens Sixth Location in Greenwich Village

NEW YORK – Y7 Studio, yoga brand known for its immersive, signature WeFlowHard Vinyasa class, has announced the grand opening of its sixth New York City location in Greenwich Village. The new studio, situated at 18 W 8th St, New York, NY 10011, boasts 4,000 square feet of space and features two studios – one with 40 mats and another with 20 mats – designed to provide a unique and transformative yoga experience for practitioners of all levels.

“We are incredibly excited to expand our presence in New York City with the opening of our Greenwich Village location,” says Sarah Larson Levey, Founder and CEO of Y7 Studio. “As Y7 celebrates its 11th anniversary this year, it’s truly inspiring to see the incredible community we’ve built and our practice’s positive impact on so many lives. This new location allows us to offer our unique sweat-dripping, beat-bumping, and candlelit yoga experience to an even wider audience, fostering a sense of connection and self-discovery both on and off the mat.”

This new studio opening marks a significant milestone for the brand, signifying its continued growth and resilience following the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Rebuilding our business after the pandemic has been a journey of incredible strength and determination,” Levey reflects. “The unwavering support of our Y7 community has been phenomenal, and we are so grateful for their continued loyalty and enthusiasm.”

Y7 Studio’s WeFlowHard Vinyasa class, a cornerstone of the brand’s offerings, is designed to be accessible to all levels. The class guides students through three progressively challenging vinyasa sequences, each repeated three times. The first iteration provides a slow and intentional breakdown of each posture, ensuring proper alignment. The second sequence builds upon the first, increasing the pace to connect breath with movement. Finally, the signature “Flow On Your Own” portion empowers students to personalize the sequence, adding challenges, incorporating modifications, or simply letting go of postures that don’t resonate.

“This expansion reflects the growing popularity of low-impact exercise like yoga,” says Levey. “People are increasingly seeking out workouts that are effective yet gentle on the joints. Y7 Studio’s signature WeFlowHard class perfectly fits this bill, offering a challenging and rewarding practice suitable for all fitness levels.”