Core Power Yoga: The One Stop Yoga Shop

May 29, 2013

Core Power YogaSince late March, I’ve been getting a weekly dose of yoga at Core Power Yoga Georgetown.  Core Power Yoga has studios all of the country and offers power yoga classes in a variety of styles from beginner to more advanced levels. What makes the classes so special? I love that besides the fact that there are a range of styles to choose from including: Hot Power Fusion, Yoga Sculpt, C1, and C2 classes, all of the classes include core work so you won’t have to worry about neglecting your six-pack in favor of yoga arms. Hot Power Fusion has more standing sequences, is reminiscent of Bikram (with slightly less heat), and incorporates more flow into the practice.  Yoga Sculpt is an awesome challenging class that mixes yoga with free weights and cardio and can save strength training junkies from having to leave the yoga studio to get their fix. C1 and C2 are the vinyasa flow style classes that are for beginners and intermediate yogis. All Core Power classes are in a heated room, and are also set to music, with the playlists varying depending on the instructor. Unlike many yoga studios where you can get stuck in a rut, the variety of classes at Core Power allow you to challenge yourself each week, break a sweat, and change up your routine.

Yesterday I got an insanely awesome and intense workout with back to back Hot Power Fusion and Yoga Sculpt taught by Sihnuu, one of my favorite teachers at Core Power Yoga Georgetown. Her classes are simply a revelation. If you need a challenge and have already practiced yoga for some time, her C2 and Yoga Sculpt classes will push you to your limits to a really great soundtrack. Also look on the Georgetown schedule for another favorite teacher of mine, Adeoye, he teaches a really wonderful and energizing Hot Power Fusion and a Yoga Sculpt class that’ll whip you into shape.

For more info on Core Power, or to check if there is a studio near you visit www.corepoweryoga.com. If you are in the DC area Core Power Yoga has the studio in Georgetown and also one in Bethesda. Check them out for free for the first week and when you do tell them Esosa E. A.K.A. Raw Girl sent you! You can also email me at rawgirltoxicworld@gmail.com if you would like to take class together. Come prepared to sweat. Namaste.  -XoXo Raw Girl

Read this past post for more on The Benefits of Hot Yoga.



  1. Wow!!! Thanks for this great article. I had no idea about this place. I just printed the coupon for the free first week and I will definitely mention that you sent me.
    I’m going to start next week on Monday, would love to join you for a class if you’re taking one in the evening at the Georgetown location.

    • Hi Ngozi! So glad you are coming to check it out, would love to take a class with you. Email me rawgirltoxicworld@gmail.com, I may be at Hot Power Fusion on Tuesday at 5pm but we can coordinate a time that works for both of us if that doesn’t work for you. -XoXo

  2. Hi Esosa,

    My name is Joseph and I work for CPY. Thanks for taking the time to write such an in-depth post! Your class descriptions are spot on! 🙂

    • Hi Joseph 🙂 No problem! Love the classes, thanks for reading! -XoXo

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