Keep yourself tuned at Studio Tahoe |

Keep yourself tuned at Studio Tahoe

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TRUCKEE and#8212; Have your well-intended New Year’s resolutions for health and fitness gone by the wayside? Or perhaps this last burst of winter has left your body feeling powder pooped and worn out from shoveling? Studio Tahoe’s Shaelah Morris has just the remedy and now it’s less expensive than you might think.

The Truckee yoga studio recently rolled out a slew of packages ranging from a first-timer $30 a month new student special to a one year $69 per month unlimited package.

and#8220;We have standard priced packages as well, but we really want to encourage people to make yoga a part of their lives,and#8221; Morris said. and#8220;Think of it as an affordable preventative health care plan!and#8221;

Morris explains her business is dedicated to inspiring others to live from a powerful and passionate place. To that end, Studio Tahoe specializes in Power Vinyasa Yoga, Flow, Bhakti Flow, which are inspired by the San Francisco’s Rusty Wells and Janet Stone. The studio schedule also includes Apres Ski Yoga, Yin Yoga and fitness classes.

and#8220;We have hot classes to warm your soul and cooler ones to soften it and build your inner fire,and#8221; Morris adds.

Studio Tahoe has several special events on tap for the coming weeks including workshops with nationally known yoga masters and a much-anticipated open house/grand opening party. Additionally, Studio Tahoe will offer group discounts at the upcoming Wanderlust festival in Squaw Valley and a wonderful yoga retreat in Mexico.

For more information on class times and pricing, visit or call 530-587-1891.

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