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NoDa Yoga in Charlotte to Open New Location, Upcoming Trainings

Dec 29, 2019 10:38AM ● By Shannon Mc Kenzie

 NoDa Yoga, of Charlotte, which specializes in a variety of yoga styles all with the aim of adapting yoga to what the individual needs, is further fulfilling its mission of offering yoga “for every body” by conducting two training programs as well as opening a second location. 

Their new facility, expected to open in late February, will be located in the Oakhurst neighborhood at 1610 Oakhurst Commons Drive in Charlotte. It consists of a ground- floor space with two studios and several treatment rooms offering a variety of health and wellness modalities. 

A series of six free classes for those that have experienced a traumatic brain injury and their caregivers will be held on Fridays from 1:30 to 3 p.m. January 10 to February 14 at the original 3201 North Davidson Street location. Sessions will incorporate yoga and meditation practices toward enhancing resilience and empowering individuals. This class series is in support of the non-profit Love Your Brain whose mission is to “improve the quality of life of people affected by traumatic brain injury through programs that build community and foster resilience.”

Amber Karnes of Accessible Yoga will lead a series of workshops from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., May 1 to 3, at NoDa’s new location on Oakhurst Commons Drive. It will cover modifications to yoga poses, creating welcoming environments, samples of a variety of yoga styles (chair, bed and more) and how to integrate a variety of body types and experiences into one class. 


Costs: Accessible Yoga Workshops, $595 through Apr. 1; $650, afterwards. For more information or to register for either trainings, call 704-605-4605, email [email protected] or visit or

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