SIX BEST YOGA STUDIOS IN DALLAS

“The instructors are warm and friendly, helping advanced students reach headstands and lightly pushing beginners to their first tree pose. When owner Jessica Jordan teaches, she sometimes recites Sanskrit mantras, which creates a zen atmosphere that's almost spiritual…” (continue reading)

 
 
 
 
 

POLYPHONIC SPREE MEMBERS PAST AND PRESENT — WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

“The Polyphonic Spree members walk everywhere among us. Most are unrecognizable at a glance, but one could sense a jubilant energy just waiting to jump out. They're behind you in the checkout line, teaching yoga class, inventing new technology in a Dallas garage, writing your favorite fashion blog or operating the local bar…” (continue reading)

 
 
 
 
 

GOOD RECORDS MOVES TO THE PALACE

“It [Good Records] now sits in the space that used to house eclectic gift shop The Good Pagoda. And you can still find @superyogapalace upstairs and @theloungehere next door, all from the same group with the same 70’s throwback vibe…” (continue reading)

 
 
 

FITNESS FIRST TAKE: SUPER YOGA PALACE

The Class: I took the hour-long Ashtanga class at 9:15 a.m. on a Tuesday at Super Yoga Palace in East Dallas.

The Appeal: Ashtanga yoga is an original lineage practice that’s considered a modern-day take on classical Indian yoga. It  synchronizes breath with movement which makes for a mentally and physically renewing workout. It’s the type of workout that would be perfect to start or end a long and fast paced day.” (continue reading)

 
 
 
 
 

Meet Leigha McCathren of Super Yoga Palace in East Dallas/White Rock Lake

“Today we’d like to introduce you to Leigha McCathren.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
It feels as if there’s no solid “starting point” to my story. I feel as if I’ve been in a state of “becoming” and evolving from the time I could remember. As cliche as it sounds, my mom always told me I was an old soul. I never really fully understood what that meant until I got a little older. I realized that the thoughts and ideas that filled my brain were very hard to verbalize – my mind and imagination has always been very active and vivid.” (continue reading)