Seva Yoga, owned and operated by Melissa Tungl in East Grand Rapids, has earned a reputation of offering a wide variety of yoga classes and one of the best selections of technical athletic wear in the area. Local students appreciate the passion and integrity of Melissa and her friendly staff of experienced instructors and salespeople. At Seva, it’s all about selfless service and the shared belief that yoga is for everyone. Something you can’t help but notice as a visitor to the studio and absolutely treasure as a frequent student. Seva Yoga instructors continually strive to make the classes energizing, challenging and rejuvenating.
Regularly scheduled group classes feature energizing and empowering sessions of Vinyasa, Hot Vinyasa and Sweet Vinyasa. Yin Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Yoga 101 and Slow Flow classes are also offered. To address individual needs, private yoga instruction is also available. To increase vitality and release stress, Thai Yoga Massage at Seva provides rhythmic massage, acupressure, stretching, and meditation.
For attractive, high-quality athletic wear that lets you move freely, Seva Yoga boasts a beautiful selection of the finest technical athletic wear and accessories from popular brands like lululemon athletica and Manduka. You’ll also discover yoga-inspired jewelry, oils, botannicals, books, and more.
Dedicated to making yoga accessible to all, Seva Yoga welcomes students regardless of their financial situation. Owner Melissa Tungl explains, “If the pricing structure is beyond someone’s financial means, we want them to come enjoy yoga classes. We only ask that they donate to the studio what they can afford to pay.”
Community-minded Seva Yoga offers a select class each month in which 100% of the class proceeds are donated to their local charity of month. But that’s not all! Melissa says, “Our studio hosted an All4One event in the summer of 2013, raising over $2,000 for the Kent County Humane Society. This past December, we collected children’s coats and gloves, donated by our yoga students, to help those less fortunate keep warm this winter.”
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