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Powerflow Yoga Studio Opening in Randolph on Saturday

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Powerflow Yoga will open its 10th location in Randolph, New Jersey, this Saturday, October 1. Mayor Roman Hirniak will support this new local business when he presides over the ribbon cutting ceremony at 9 am. PFY is an 8-year-old family-owned company that helps people reach their fitness and wellness goals. They specialize in hot power yoga classes with experienced teachers in clean and supportive studios. Owner Jerry LePore thought Randolph was the perfect place for his newest endeavor.

Nearby PFY studios in Morristown and Chatham are doing so well that he believes another Morris County location is needed in the community. He says he hopes to provide a safe and inspired space for students to heal and grow in all areas of their lives—physically, mentally and spiritually.

PFY Randolph will host its first class at 8:30 am on Saturday with another class on the schedule at 10:15. On Sunday, classes start at 9 and 11 am. Classes will be going on 7 days a week according to the PFY schedule.

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If you want to try PFY Randolph for free, they're hosting a Grand Opening Weekend October 15 and 16. Classes will be free and open for the public to try. Yoga-friendly vendors will be on hand to give out samples and snacks. PFY will raffle off memberships. 

Students will find power, basics, yin and restorative classes at all PFY studios plus workshops, events and teacher trainings. Students are encouraged to bring mats, towels and water, though those things are available for rent and purchase. PFY teacher and vice president of operations Alison McCue says first time students can expect a sweat, fun flow, and they are encouraged to take breaks as often as they need, but they should try to stay in the room. It is heated to 95 degrees. "More experienced yogis will love the benefits PFY classes give their bodies and minds," she adds.

She says, "At PFY, you will move through your practice at your pace, and we will guide you wherever your yoga journey takes you." 

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