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Finding Support Through Kula Yoga and Wellness

They say to find your tribe and love them hard. Kula, meaning tribe, community, or chosen family, is what inspires Robyn Storer, founder of Kula Yoga and Wellness. 
Kula is a yoga studio offering a supportive and welcoming space for both the body and mind, and Storer says she chose this name for her studio because it embodies the vision for the business: “To both create a space for community and to be an active part of the Pickerington community,” says Storer.
Storer is the mind behind the business alongside Jamie Eversole. They are not just business partners, but also friends who share a love for wellness that includes the body and mind. As yoga instructors and mental health therapists, the duo wanted to offer a space for members of the community to practice yoga, gather together, and feel good.
Classes offered at Kula range from beginner hatha yoga to hot power flow, to restorative and yin yoga. “As we grow we are adding more specialized classes like prenatal yoga and children’s yoga,” adds Storer.
The studio’s range of classes make it unique but the studio is also dedicated to the wellbeing of the whole person. “In addition to yoga, Kula Yoga and Wellness houses two private practice mental health counseling offices,” adds Storer. “We also hope to bring in a massage therapist or other body worker in the near future.”
With sights set on the future, Storer says the studio is growing its calendar to include new, regularly scheduled classes, series, and workshops.
Kula is located in the heart of Olde Pickerington Village at 18 W. Columbus Street. 
To learn more about Kula, visit their website, “like” them on Facebook, or follow along on Instagram.

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