Yoga Garden Opens Second Location

Loren Collarile, owner of The Yoga Garden on Pineapple Ave in Melbourne, is excited to announce the opening of a second location on US Hwy 1 near the Pineda Causeway.

The Yoga Garden is a unique environment for yogis and newbies to increase their strength, heal their bodies and calm their minds through the practice of yoga. “Our instructors create an atmosphere for students of all ages, levels and walks of life to feel comfortable and supported as they either continue their existing practice, or begin a new yoga journey,” says Collarile. They offer an array of classes, from Gentle and Restorative to Vinyasa Yoga that will suit the need of every practitioner and offer appropriate guidance to meet the student wherever they are.

“This space will be a place not only to grow your yoga practice, but to collide with the community,” says Collarile. Class offerings will include Gentle Yoga, Vinyasa, Restorative, Yin, Myofascial Release Technique and more. 

The new location of The Yoga Garden is inside the Adventure HQ, 5270 N US Hwy 1, 1½  mile south of Pineda Cswy. The opening is tentatively September 6. For more information and class schedule, visit or call 321-345-6197.

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