eat.drink.Om: Yoga for Every Body
June 28, 2016 | klein
What eat.drink.Om lacks in size it more than makes up for in spirit—hence the tagline, "the tiny studio with the big heart." Nestled in a small storefront on East Gay Street, eat.drink.Om brings the practice of yoga to people of all abilities, and that doesn't just mean yoga beginners. Blind practitioners, amputees, and people with any special needs are always welcome to practice at eat.drink.Om.
In fact, the yoga studio holds some classes specifically for pupils with limited mobility. However, it also offers more challenging sessions, like the AERIAL yoga for seasoned practitioners. At this class, yogis are hoisted aloft in large silk hammocks, removing the shackles of gravity for the duration of practice. Another unusual offering is the ySUP indoor standup paddleboard class, which imitates a class atop the water with large paddleboards set atop rollers instead of waves.
124 E. Gay Street
West Chester, PA 19380