Sunstone Yoga - Plano

(972) 616-4875 | Email | View Website

4909 W Park Blvd, Plano, TX | Directions   75093

33.027097 -96.792198

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One of four yoga studios, offers hot yoga and power yoga classes along with teacher training.


About Sunstone Yoga - Plano

  • Clean and friendly
  • Hot yoga, power yoga, vinyasa
  • Best of Dallas 2003-2008

Sunstone Yoga in Plano provides top quality certified instruction at the finest facilities for practicing hot yoga and power yoga. Our unique series of yoga postures are a combination of technique and approach, directing you into your body to awaken your health, vitality, mind and spirit.

At this Plano Yoga studio you will reduce stress, increase strength, improve flexibility, balance the weight of your body and improve the quality of your life. Choose from a variety of different types of yoga classes, different yoga programs, clean facilities, yoga mats are provided as well at Sunstone Yoga.

Whether you're looking to build strength, increase flexibility, or simply trying to find a way to reduce stress, Sunstone Yoga wants to help you achieve your goal. Come prepared to work hard, learn and enjoy all the benefits Yoga provides.


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Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Tips For Yoga Work – I think getting sick is the body's way of hitting the reset button. It's like I can start from scratch after that. Yoga work the same way for me but I don’t have to get sick! I just go to yoga and it is like a reset button!!! Sunstone Yoga is my new reset button.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Mordern Yoga in Dallas – "Sunstone Yoga In the modern world, everyone knows the importance of Yoga. This is a form of physical exercise that increases the flexibility, strength and balance.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Yoga Workshop in Dallas – Sunstone Yoga has a lot of special workshops and qualified teachers, which I think is really awesome.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Greate Yoga Studio In Dallas – Great yoga studio, hands-down. Wide variety of classes. I've taken classes with sunstone yoga and they were really great.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Sun Stone Yoga Tranning – The Sunstone Yoga training is that it’s accessible to people of all ages and abilities. The novice exerciser to the physically fit can practice and receive great benefit from this gentle, heart-centered form of yoga. This form of practice is self-paced and teaches you to deeply connect and honor the needs of your body.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Yoga and Pilates Practice, – This Yoga Studios offers classes that are designed to make yoga and Pilates accessible to everyone, regardless of your level of experience. Because we teach our classes for all levels, modifications are provided when needed, so that the posture works for you. This assures you a positive experience that is both safe and effective. We also give you plenty of room to grow in your yoga and Pilates practice, offering you the opportunity to go beyond where you thought possible.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Non existent customer service – The owner won't return emails or phone messages! Had a bad class experience to discuss and all she would do is invite me back. Don't go here. The allow the classes to fill beyond the limitations of the rooms and just say oh well we can all be friends. Not worth paying for!!!!!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

From Amarlena. Love it! – I just finished my $10 for 10 day trial, and I think I'm addicted. I really enjoy working out in the friendly and professional environment. They have clean mats for you to use (you can bring one if you want), towel service (no paying for use of a towel here), big bottles of water for only $1, yoga gear you can buy on-site, showers with shower gel and shampoo provided, not to mention some great teachers who will make sure you push yourself, but never hurt yourself. I love the feeling of getting all the toxins out of my system and taking 90mins just to focus on my body and my health...good ol' ME TIME. The only change I'd like to see is their early morning Fire class begining earlier so I can clean up and get to work on time...my only option is to go after work, which can sometimes be difficult.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

no more pain – This December, I will have been running regularly for 30 years. I calculate I have logged somewhere around 35,000 to 40,000 miles over the years. I have always enjoyed both the physiological and psychological benefits of exercise. Running has helped me stay physically, emotionally and intellectually fit. Running is a creative time for me. While my body is enjoying the repetitive movement, my mind is free. Ideas come freely.

Two years ago, I started practicing yoga at Sunstone. During my first few classes, it was a challenge just to remain in the room. It seemed so hot. I couldn't drink enough water. I couldn't imagine I would ever move into standing bow, fixed firm or Tibetan Camel and many of the other poses. But, something kept drawing me back. With each class I progressed just a little more. After a few weeks, I began to move into the postures more deeply. I began to appreciate the heat and the cleansing perspiration. I learned to breathe in a way running never taught me. The nagging little pains and soreness from running I had learned to accept began to disappear. I rarely have pain in my body now. When I do, it's normally gone after one visit to the studio.

I noticed yoga brought me an emotional peacefulness and mental clarity similar to what I experience from running but a little different. For me, running is an "inside out" process. I like to run in the morning. I get energized and my mind gets engaged. Yoga is "outside in". I like to practice yoga at the end of the day because it helps me to integrate, accept and release. Yoga is about strength, balance, focus, self control and clarity. Last summer, I attended a retreat conducted by Sam Keene, the author of "Fire in the Belly". At one point, he asked participants to think of their "sacred places". It was a no-brainer for me. Your studio on Routh has become one of my "sacred places" now.

Ed Rankin

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

My friends have commented on my overall appearance. – I have been taking yoga for about six months and have completed over 75 classes. I try to come at least 3 times a week. Maria, one of your instructors, commented on how she could see the change in my body. My upper body and legs are leaner and I am getting back my waistline and muscle tone. My goal is to lose all my excess body fat and to eliminate those stress toxins that have caused middle age spreading. My friends have also commented on my overall appearance, telling me that I look rested and I am walking taller. Maybe I have grown an inch from all that stretching! Phyllis Whigham

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