Ashtanga Yoga 302 celebrates grand opening in Milford

MILFORD – The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford, along with City of Milford Councilman Arthur Campbell, City Manager Eric Norenberg, CCGM Vice President Alicia Hollis, CCGM Secretary Jennifer Jurczak, friends and family recently celebrated a Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the Grand Opening of Ashtanga Yoga 302.  Their studio is located at 123 Causey Ave. in Milford.

We teach Ashtanga yoga in a Mysore style class. This style teaches the Ashtanga yoga sequence in little pieces so you start from the beginning and build a practice by learning the sequence of poses. The more stamina and flexibility you build the poses will start to be added to the sequence.  This style of yoga is taught Monday through Thursday 5:30am – 7:30am students can come in anytime within that time frame. We also offer a restorative class that allows muscles to relax and restore. Improv vinyasa flow class where we bring a variety of poses together to build a fun class for all levels. For more information, check out their website included our prices. The first class is always free!

Kaila Muncy is a licensed massage therapist. Offering Swedish, deep tissue, and hot stone  massage at Ashtanga Yoga 302. 302-382-7420 is the best way to contact to make an appointment.

For more information regarding Ashtanga Yoga 302, please call them at 302-382-7420 or visit their website at

For more information concerning the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford call 422-3344, visit our website or find us on Facebook.

Photo Attached: Donnie Donovan; Kassie Donovan; Kaila Muncy; Josh Muncy; CCGM Vice President Alicia Hollis; City of Milford Manager Eric Norenberg; Councilman Arthur Campbell, Dana Patone, CCGM Member; Donna Thompson, CCGM Member; CCGM Secretary Jennifer Jurczak; Mandy Baker, CCGM Member; Joe Cassey, CCGM Member and several other friends and family members.

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