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Dancing Mind Studio First to Offer Yoga, CrossFit, and Cycling
The Falls Church studio reopens this weekend. By Melissa Romero
Dancing Mind reopens Friday, January 10, in a renovated, 8,000-square-foot space in Falls Church. It will be the first boutique studio in Washington to offer yoga, cycling, and CrossFit in one space. Photographs courtesy of Dancing Mind.
Comments () | Published January 9, 2014

There are cycling and barre studios, yoga and TRX boutique gyms—and then there’s Dancing Mind studio.

Dancing Mind Yoga is reopening Friday, January 10, as Dancing Mind. The newly renovated 8,000-square-foot space offers not only just yoga, but also indoor cycling and CrossFit. The expansion makes it the first boutique fitness studio to offer all three workouts in the Washington metro region.

Although owner Paula Baake says yoga will continue to be Dancing Mind’s “bread and butter,” she added cycling and CrossFit to the mix to allow members to build up endurance and expand their athletic abilities, as well.

The seven-year-old studio now features three yoga studios, a cycling studio with 20 bikes that measure your heart rate, and a CrossFit Box that will fit 30 students. After studio-goers sweat it out during a CrossFit Workout of the Day or on the bike, they can shower up in the men’s and women’s locker rooms or relax by the fireplace.

Check out Dancing Mind at its grand reopening event on Saturday, January 11, from 8 to noon 9 AM to 2 PM. You’ll be able to take a tour of the studios or try free 15-minute classes with instructors.

Dancing Mind Studio. 929 W. Broad St., Falls Church; 703-237-9642. New members can purchase a membership for unlimited yoga, CrossFit, and cycling classes for $135.

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