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This is my second time in Nyc from Puerto Rico for the restorative yoga training. Aside from the cold outside, the people I meet, the quality of teachers and their assistance, the organization and diversity of classes is a must.
Amazing teachers, wonderful staff, open and colourful space - what more can you ask for? I had some of my most memorable classes at this studio and when I'm back in NYC again, this will be the studio I will go to.
I have taken late night Friday yoga classes at this studio and I really enjoyed the intensity and overall ambiance. The instructions were great and so were the class. Highly recommend the studio. Not sure if the Friday midnight yoga class is still on. Please...More
We were on a family trip to NY and I just needed a to do something for myself. So I checked TA and found this place and went as a drop-in and it was just great!
Nice community feeling, very open atmosphere and very good...More
Laughing Lotus is a neighborhood institution. It's gorgeous and cozy interior feels like you've entered an ashram in Kerala in the middle of Manhattan. The teachers are energetic and the vibe is good. Nothing like a good stretch in this place to melt away a...More
I thank my lucky stars I stumbled upon laughing lotus. Honestly it is an oasis amongst the bland generic landscape of studios out there. Why go? Great teachers, great play lists and lots of fun. If you don't like music with your yoga and find...More
Date of experience: August 2013
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