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Popular Boise yoga studio will close up shop

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After 10 years of providing yoga and other wellness services, Sage Yoga and Wellness announced it’s closing its studio located on 8th street in Downtown Boise.

In a goodbye announcement, the business cited the impacts of COVID as the reason for closing.

“With the recent struggles we are facing as a business we are no longer able to carry on,” the letter stated. “We are not the first nor last casualty of the pandemic. This special moment in time is teaching all of us the art of letting go, non-attachement and change.”

According to the letter, Zoom class passes and memberships will be valid until July 31st.

The shop hauled in a number of Best of Boise awards over the years, and participated in Yogafort.

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“These last several months of not being able to see your faces and tell you that I love you has driven home for me just how much more than a yoga studio Sage was and will always continue to be, in my heart,” said instructor Corrine Hathaway.

The business noted that it will continue its yoga teacher training.

“We thank all of you for your understanding and support as we navigate this difficult time as gracefully as possible,” the email said.

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