Albany hot yoga studio moving to larger space in Stuyvesant Plaza this fall
ALBANY — Stuyvesant Plaza in Albany announced today it will be undergoing renovations to house a new yoga studio the Hot Yoga Spot coming this fall.
Studio owner Jessica Lustig opened the Hot Yoga Spot near Stuyvesant Plaza on Fuller Road in December, 2010. Since then, Lustig’s following has increased and outgrown the original studio’s small 700 square foot space. This fall, when the Hot Yoga Spot relocates to its new 2,707 square foot home in the shopping center, Lustig will have nearly quadrupled the size of the Fuller Road studio.
Stuyvesant Plaza announced its plans to renovate the space, formerly Tynan’s Center for Dance, to include two different yoga studios with hardwood floors and mirrored walls.
With the new location, Lustig will be able to offer more classes and potentially hire additional instructors. The Hot Yoga Spot currently offers an array of hot classes (room heated up to 95 degrees) including yoga flow, power yoga, prenatal yoga, core fusion and more.
The studio’s new home will open its doors in September. For more information, www.thehotyogaspot.com.