I like that all of the instructors (that I've met) are very friendly, helpful, and considerate.
The studio is ALWAYS clean!
The overall feel/mood of the studio in calming, intentional, and all around perfect (is that possible)
The atmosphere that corepower works to create is always so positive and welcoming. No matter what I have going on in my life, I can always count on a yoga class to raise my spirits and motivate me to succeed both on and off the mat.
Great yoga instructors, so friendly and really take the time to help you with your practice. They are wonderful at remembering your name and greeting you when you show up. It really makes you feel welcome and gives you the desire to keep going.
I love the c2 classes, and do like that there's a little variety with sculpt and hpf.
I wish you had 5am classes once or twice a week in harbor point or federal hill (brewers hill/canton is way too far for city driving--20+ mins)
I do think there's too many non-c2 classes. The time shouldn't be evenly split; c2 should be the focus and the other classes available at different times to mix it up.
There should be more workshops, and they should be free. The competing studio in town has inversion workshops, meditation, arm balance, breathing, etc. like 1-2 times per month on wkends.
Lastly, there should be later classes. A 7pm class is hard for many professionals to make. It also requires them to choose between dinner and Yoga that day. An 8:30 or 9pm start time will attract those clients who work professional jobs but also want to attend regular yoga. Frankly, if my membership wasn't free through a buddy pass, I wouldn't be a member because the class times aren't late enough and half the early classes are non-c2. The competitor in town has 8:30/9pm start times every night. Plus, those classes are "commmunity" meaning non-members can come for $7. These classes are packed and so fun. Corepower can attract new business with a similar structure.