Mississauga yoga studio says it won’t be reopening its brick and mortar studio after COVID-19 restrictions lift
A popular yoga studio in Mississauga recently announced that it will not be reopening its brick and mortar studio, even after current COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
In an email to clients, Yoga Seven—which has been operating in Port Credit since 2014—said it has made the "difficult decision" to close its space at 281 Lakeshore Road East.
The studio only moved into its latest space in 2019.
"We kept going through the many obstacles of a move in 2019 and the barriers that were placed in our way even afterwards, and we hoped that a hard-fought-for renovation this summer would allow us to accommodate more yogis, in more comfort, than previously," the letter reads.
"We could not have expected or planned for the impact that COVID-19 would have on our community and the world. There is no end in sight yet to the battle with this pandemic, and if/when businesses like ours are permitted to reopen, there will be severe restrictions on the number of people who can be in the space at one time".
In the letter, Yoga Seven said it will continue to operate virtually.
"You can expect the same variety, integrity, and depth of content that we have always offered in an easy-to-use platform suitable for all ages and abilities. Many people have already signed up for our live-streamed classes and are enjoying yoga with their favourite Yoga Seven teachers in the comfort of their own homes."
Yoga Seven says customers can purchase a virtual class passes for $10 plus HST ($11.30) for a drop-in, or sign up for a monthly membership for $49 plus HST ($55.37).
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