Eccentric yoga studio offers Annie Lennox birthday yoga and dulcet-accompanied Sunday series

Photo courtesy of the Little Volcano

From a press release:

On Thursday, Dec. 25, the Volcano family will be leading Annie Lennox Birthday Yoga: an all levels Forrest Yoga class jamming to the dulcet tones of this musical icon from 10:oo a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Starting on Dec. 28, the last Sunday of every month will offer a Yoga Ceremony with Native American chants, a physical practice and a talking circle. Check out for a glimpse of the studio and a full schedule of classes.

About the Little Volcano

Rosie & Kara Volcano, a married couple, are the explosive force behind this studio which offers daily classes at an affordable drop-in price of just $10, and a selection of witchy paraphernalia for sale. Trained under the fierce guidance of Ana Forrest, Rosie and Kara provide what their students are lovingly calling “Yoga Therapy”. Be prepared to let go of all your preconceived notions of what happens in yoga because here you will roar, you will laugh, you might queef and it’s all ok.

Michael, who recently completed 60 days in a row says, “In short, this is an amazing, safe, sacred space for transformation. Rosie and Kara are bringing something to this town that I do not believe I have seen in the various styles of yoga I’ve done in Asheville for the last six years. Never have I been more challenged to push myself, express myself and truly feel what’s going on in my body. How often in our culture does one feel completely free to express him or herself in whatever feels totally authentic in the moment? The Little Volcano offers exactly that.”

The Little Volcano meets your yoga needs, whatever your skill level or experience. On the schedule are a variety of intro classes, intermediate-advanced classes, workshops and restorative classes with good music and a starry night sky projected on the ceiling.

The Little Volcano is located at 62 Wall Street in downtown Asheville.

About Kat McReynolds
Kat studied entrepreneurship and music business at the University of Miami and earned her MBA at Appalachian State University. Follow me @katmAVL

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