- What is the site voltage ?What is the Highest voltage available?
- What is the total available amperage and is it single phase or three phase?
- Is gas available? Natural gas or Propane?
- Is there an existing heat system…
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So you want to have the same sort of effect on your body and mind in your home as you would in a commercial studio that perhaps I built.
First there are…Read More »
Soft Water & Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water
Reverse osmosis and soft water systems have been the most “recommended” water by the conventional health industry. Those who follow such advice can pay a heavy price in ruined health and shortened lifespan….Read More »
When it comes to yoga studios, Chad Clark has seen some of the worst IAQ problems. Clark is the presi – dent of Hot Yoga Studio De-sign & Services, a division of Cavalry Services, Inc. in Scranton, PA. Clark…Read More »
IT was 105 degrees — as hot as a typical steam room — at Pure Yoga on the Upper East Side on a recent Saturday, but for the 16 women already perspiring through a…Read More »
While Bikram yoga launched the hot yoga craze years ago, extreme fitness fans in Manhattan and Los Angeles are turning up the heat even more in an array of classes, from the ballet-based barre method to indoor cycling, all…Read More »
Laura Rubin was a yoga instructor in Washington, D.C., in 2006 when she met fellow yoga enthusiast, building contractor and Scranton native Chad Clark, who had an unusual niche – designing and building “hot yoga” studios around the…Read More »
Always resilient & strong
Kim Duckworth knows what it means to be knocked down, and get right back up again – literally. With a passion for horses, she was pursuing her dream as an apprentice steeplechase jockey in West Chester,…Read More »