“We found this old warehouse together. It still has remnants of machinery from when it used to be a bakery, and we’ve tried to leave as much of that historical detail from the old building as possible, and to build a yoga studio around it.”
Remedy offers three core classes. Flow is similar to traditional vinyasa and is ideal for those who want a more dynamic, deep workout for “when the mind is really busy and [sitting] still and meditating is impossible.”
The Relax Class is more akin to Yin and involves long, deep stretches; more breathing; and an opportunity to practice mindfulness and meditation.
Yin Yang is a combination of the first two offerings. “This class is for people who want a little bit of Column A and a little bit of Column B,” Dohnt explains.
“The whole approach of Remedy Yoga was really just an organic response to what people were asking for when they came in. It’s exactly what human beings need right now: a place to escape the hectic nature of life. You come up the stairs and there’s no judgment and no pretension. You come in and you just breathe and relax.”