CorePower Yoga, Denver, is expanding to the valley of the sun.
“With the growth of the greater Phoenix area, friendly business climate and strong yogi community, Arizona was a natural step in our evolution and overall brand expansion,” CorePower Manager Jessica Sharpe told the Phoenix Business Journal. “We’re looking forward to integrating into the community and becoming a part of our students’ health and wellness routine.”
CorePower Yoga also is searching for additional Phoenix and Scottsdale locations, according to the Phoenix Business Journal report.
The Chandler studio listing describes two "large and luxurious yoga rooms" with amenities that include changing rooms, showers and private lockers. It also will include a retail boutique store.
The expansion will move CorePower's operations into 14 states. CorePower operated 104 studios nationally with nearly 2,000 instructors as of September 2014. CorePower Yoga ranked No. 21 on Club Industry's Top 100 Clubs list last year with 2013 revenue of $58.7 million.
CorePower Yoga program styles include proprietary heated Power Vinyasa classes, Hot Yoga, Hot Power Fusion and Yoga Sculpt.