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Ashtanga Yoga School and Meditation Center Coming to Clinton Hill

By Janet Upadhye | July 8, 2015 6:22pm
 Ashtanga Yoga New York (studio not pictured) is moving to Clinton Hill.
Ashtanga Yoga New York (studio not pictured) is moving to Clinton Hill.
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CLINTON HILL — The owners of SoHo's Ashtanga Yoga New York are planning to open a new school in Clinton Hill.

Eddie and Jocelyne Stern are set to launch Brooklyn Yoga Club this summer at 206 Vanderbilt Ave. after shuttering their current location at the Broome Street Temple in Manhattan, according to their website.

The new space will take over two floors and feature yoga and meditation rooms, as well as a steam room on the ground level and a library and café on the second level. The café will serve coffee, tea and juice along with light food served at communal tables or on the 1,000-square-foot outdoor deck.

"Rumor has it, we are moving to Brooklyn... well, the rumor happens to be true," the two longtime yoga teachers wrote on their website

Ashtanga Yoga is a form of yoga taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and involves synchronizing one's breath with a series of postures.

The Sterns studied under Jois for 18 years and went on to open Ashtanga Yoga New York on Broome Street in 1995. They plan to close that location at the end of September, they said on their website.

The prices at the Broome Street studio range from $245 for a monthly unlimited pass to $23 per class.

The Sterns could not be reached for comment.