That’s not something you can do in just any space. It take a specific kind of space and atmosphere to stretch those muscles in ways your body doesn’t usually tailor to – or at least mine doesn’t. There are a lot of yoga studios out there that not only offer classes themselves but offer their spaces and spare studios out to rent.
B Yoga was founded by Elizabeth Neuse – a former marathon runner! But she turned to yoga after she realized the spiritual connection it gave her. (To what or whom, I cannot speak to). She even went to India to train in Vinyasa yoga, as well as San Francisco. So I’m assuming she knows her stuff. For either a rehearsal or a class, it seems her rates are the same – she has a smaller and larger studio she is willing to rent hourly. So check it out, and maybe she’ll give you some tips to keep your spine in line. Or maybe you’ll be interested enough that you’ll sit in on some of her classes yourself!
Lotus Music & Dance is a yoga space, among many other things – master artists from over eight different countries and dance traditions instruct here. That’s a lot to learn! Not only are there various instructors…instructing – Lotus also has a very busy schedule of multi-cultural performances. So if you’d rather not be up on stage, why not a seat in the audience? Lotus has two spaces available for rental – I’m sure you would enjoy being among such a rich atmosphere of creativity and culture; it seems a place that would be conducive to meditation and consideration.
But there are a great number of spaces that are available to rent hourly for whatever need you may desire – it’s Manhattan, after all. There is bound to be something for everyone, it’s just a matter of how deeply you look. Maybe you’ll find something through Hourspaces – and if there is a space you end of renting that isn’t in our directory, why not let us know? We’re always open to finding new spaces, building new relationships.