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Radiant Yoga – Boston

Southie Studio  – a hidden gem

Renowned yogi, Chanel Luck has opened Radiant Yoga Boston (RYB) in the Distillery Building (516 East Second Street).  With more than 25 classes weekly, led by experienced and certified instructors, RYB will feature a dynamic schedule and special workshops designed to reach all levels and interests. Radiant also promises to provide students with an accessible environment to flow freely and rock out through movement, music, and meditation.

“I am excited to introduce Radiant Yoga Boston to encourage Bostonians to move, groove, and meditate,” said Chanel Luck, owner and instructor.  “It is my mission to continue to make yoga more accessible so more people can feel and reap the incredible benefits of this age-old practice,” added Chanel.

Chanel and her team of talented team of teachers such as Kate Graham, Tiffany O’Connell and Sara Packard, will lead classes with creative sequencing, a spirited music selection, and an energetic style.  Classes such as Fluid Power Flow and Heated Flow will be strong and playful; while others will be more compassionate and supportive such as Restore & Flow and Candlelight Yin Flow.

Price per class is $15.  Monthly passes are available as well for $130 to $150.  In addition RYB offers private one-on-one yoga instruction.

To learn more about Radiant Yoga Boston, visit www.Radiantyogaboston.com, and follow on Facebook
(www.facebook.com/radiantyogaboston) as well as Twitter (www.twitter.com/RadiantYogaBos).

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Hockey mom, yoga enthusiast, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.