PARK CITY, Utah. — When PC Yoga Collective owner and co-founder Jenn Armstrong-Solomon (she/her) signed her lease on her new space back in December 2019, she originally planned a grand opening for May 2020. Alas, pandemic business shut downs had her waiting with bated breath.
Now, finally, her plans have come to fruition, and the community is officially invited to the collective’s socially distanced open house this Saturday, March 6, in the heart of Kimball Junction at 1154 Center Dr. #D210.
“On one hand we are so excited to open,” said Armstrong-Solomon. “But on the other hand, we aren’t taking COVID lightly. Our biggest goal is to keep our clients safe while still providing the best yoga classes in Park City.”
If COVID didn’t allow for expediency, it did allow for insightful engineering. Modern ERV ventilation systems exchange air after every class. The heat is radiant, deriving from the ceiling panels which heat objects, not the air. It’s similar to neonatal beds and certain kinds of physical therapy that directly penetrates muscles, opening them to a greater range of motion.
Armstrong-Solomon has also reduced class sizes to maximize distancing.
PC Yoga Collective instructors include Ayurvedic health counselors, trauma yoga specialists, life/nutrition/wellness coaches, physical therapists, yoga therapists, personal trainers and Olympic athletes, all of whom are empowered to teach their individual styles.
Armstrong-Solomon, whose amassed professional yoga certification acronyms read like the alphabet, said, “In my past life, I managed multiple full-service restaurants and I learned pretty early on that your guest experience would never top your employee experience. We want to take that same concept to the wellness industry.”
In her new home for om, Armstrong-Solomon is happy to be here now – logistically and perpetually.
For details: PC Yoga Collective