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Yoga studio to open at Farmington’s Station Park
First Published Aug 09 2013 11:35 am • Last Updated Aug 15 2013 11:02 am

Prana Yoga is planning this fall to open a second studio, this one in Farmington at the Station Park shopping mall.

Co-owners Scott Moore, Jennifer Ellen Mueller and Matt Newman plan to extend their class offerings to Davis County by building a studio similar in look and feel to the original Trolley Square location in Salt Lake City. The three also are certified yoga instructors.

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"Our customers can expect a very peaceful environment conducive to learning, relaxation, and exploration. We’ll have the same beautiful curved walls, cork flooring, subtle paint, and open layout," said Moore.

The studio will be open during mall hours, seven days a week, and will be located on the western-most end of the Station Park center. Visitors can find parking in front of the studio, and a shuttle will also convey riders from the Frontrunner station to the studio. Childcare will be available.

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