Yoga Space ‘Infused with Hawaiian Spirit’ Opening in Woodbridge
WOODBRIDGE, Va. – Eva Morgan says she’s opening Woodbridge’s first combination hot yoga & fitness studio, spa, nutrition & wellness center.
She’s the director and owner of Hot Yoga Spa Nutrition & Wellness Center located near the intersection of Smoketown Road and Prince William Parkway and will open in October.
A graduate of Gar-Field Senior High School, Morgan is a certified Laser Aesthetician and Thai Yoga Massage practitioner. While running a business in Fairfax County, she was voted “Best in Fairfax 2013.” Morgan says she closed that business in November, 2013 in preparation of opening the Woodbridge location.
The new space in Woodbridge is “infused with the Hawaiian spirit of Aloha, where you could practice various styles of hot yoga (Bikram, vinyasa flow, hatha, power, yin), fitness (hot pilates, hot barre, Zumba, hot hula and others), receive spa treatments (facial, massages, Thai yoga massage, body scrubs, far-infrared sauna, oxygen bar), nutrition (nutrition consultations, grocery store tours & kitchen consultations) and wellness services (acupuncture, herbalist consultations and Reiki),” penned Morgan.
Morgan started practicing hot yoga in 2010 and became a Yoga Alliance certified hot yoga teacher in 2013.
Morgan grew up in eastern Prince William County and then moved to Hawaii. She returned to the area in 2011.
Hot Yoga Spa Nutrition & Wellness Center is located at 3310 Noble Pond Way #108 in Woodbridge. For more information go to hotyogaspava.com or call 571-989-1668.