Just in time to reinvigorate your mindfulness routine, a new yoga studio is coming to downtown Hoboken called YogaRenew. While their physical space at 12 Hudson Place may be new, YogaRenew has been serving the yoga world since 2017 and is brought to us by two familiar faces in the Hudson County area yoga community. Yoga Directors Patrick Franco and Kate Lombardo have collectively taught in the Hoboken/NYC area for over 25 years. Read on for more about YogaRenew opening in Hoboken this week.
The new space located in downtown Hoboken is truly a sanctuary from the city. Designed with dome ceilings, heated floors, and windows that span from floor to ceiling, you’ll also find comfy midcentury couches, Venetian walls, and greenery in the main room.
The studio was designed deliberately as a place where students can relax, mingle, and spend time before and after class — a nice little break from the traffic and hustle of Hoboken.
As Patrick states, “We launched YogaRenew as an online platform in 2017 and have helped over 75,000 yogis become certified teacher trainers. We’re thrilled to finally open a studio in Hoboken where we can bring the community together to practice under one roof, make new friends, and have some fun. Our goal is to help every student — from beginner to advanced — to find ways to grow.”
Serving students worldwide, Kate and Patrick are bridging the gap between yoga experts and everyday students. They will offer all level classes (from beginner to intermediate) as well as yin yoga, sound healing, and meditation classes. YogaRenew is also the international leader in online teacher training. Visiting their site to sign up for classes or check them out for more information at yogarenewteachertraining.com and @yogarenewhoboken.