Instructors open yoga, cycling studio

By Jodi Schwan

The city’s first boutique yoga and cycling studio opens today, May 1.

Revolution Yoga & Cycling Studio was founded by friends and former co-workers Braden Bradfield, Brooke Moeckly, Colleen Schurrer and Jennifer Tuttle.

Colleen Schurrer, Jennifer Tuttle, Brooke Moeckly and Braden Bradfield are the owners of Revolution.

“We saw need for something new and exciting,” Bradfield said.

The studio, which is at 3824 S. Western Ave., has specialized instruction from industry veterans, Moeckly said.

“This is the first boutique cycle studio in the market,” she added. “We saw the hole in the market and for years have been waiting for someone to do one, and we decided we were someone.”

The first class is free, and the studio offers packages ranging from a set number of classes to unlimited monthly membership.

“We are forming a community where we know each one of our members and they know each other,” Bradfield said.

The studio also includes some specialized equipment and classes including prenatal and chair yoga.

“And the heat of our yoga room is not intense, so it’s more conducive to a broad base of preferences,” Moeckly said.

Members also can have open riding and studio time when classes are not scheduled.

“You can escape anytime you need to. Which is why we’re here – a place for people to be happy and connect to themselves in a physical and mental capacity,” Moeckly said.

Hours are 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays and 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekends.

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Instructors open yoga, cycling studio

The city’s first boutique yoga and cycling studio opens today.

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