Greenwich Look

Spring 2016

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In Haute Pursuit Holly Miller Weston fell in love twice. The Palm Beach native left home to attend New York University, where she discovered her love of yoga while taking jivamukti in Union Square. But on a trip home she fell in love again—this time with her future husband—and settled down in Palm Beach. Three children later, yoga was still her passion, so she opened her own studio. Now, Haute Yoga has two locations, one in Palm Beach and one in West Palm Beach, and continues to draw a growing clientele. "It's an amazing community," said Weston. "It's much more than a yoga studio." The heated studios off er yin, restorative and vinyasa yoga through private lessons in-studio and in clients' homes, group classes, boot camps and weekend retreats. This year, they added ashtanga yoga—the predecessor to vinyasa. "We felt there was a need for it, as people were traveling to studios in Jupiter and Del Ray," said Weston, herself included. For the staff , it's getting back to their roots. "A lot of my teachers at the studio started with ashtanga," said Weston. "It's the foundation." Compassionate, ene rgy-fi lled classes are the foundation for Haute Yoga, which has grown to 20 instructors and more than 100 annual members. "Everybody in Palm Beach is doing yoga," said Weston, adding that the benefi ts go way beyond fi tness. "It's all about love and kindness." HAUTE YOGA 225 Clematis Street, Suite 200, West Palm Beach, Fla.; 561-766-2272 Studio founder is channeling her roots. Quick look ➤ ➤ FITNESS CHICHI UBIÑA [ ] 116

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