Local Business Spotlight: PC Yoga Collective

PARK CITY, Utah. – PC Yoga Collective opened in March of 2021 with the ambition to empower students and instructors and the vision to gather the most experienced teachers and price classes for obtainable frequent practice.

PC Yoga Collective owner and co-founder Jenn Armstrong-Solomon is enthusiastic about the business model. “We want to create a space of community, where teachers and practitioners feel appreciated, valued, and cared for,” she said. “It is so important for us to highlight the work, cost, training, and labor that goes into being a great yoga teacher, and very clearly and loudly say that it’s a profession worth valuing.”

Fair pricing is the backbone of the thriving business. “We had a crazy idea to change the model of boutique yoga studios by simplifying pricing options ($15 for one drop-in, or ten classes for $100)… AND paying teachers more,” said Armstrong-Solomon.

The heated studio uses infrared radiant heat to help alleviate soreness associated with arthritis, joint pain, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Practitioners also enjoy ample complimentary amenities like spa-stocked showers, filtered water, mats, and towels, but the essential component of PC Yoga Collective is the community.

“It’s so friendly here; everyone is so happy to see everyone else. I’ve never felt this kind of community vibe (we call it #VibeTribe) anywhere but Park City,” she said. “It makes my heart smile.”

The mission is working, and PC Yoga Collective is expanding. “We couldn’t be happier or more excited for what’s on our future horizon,” Armstrong-Solomon said. “Construction has started on the empty space next door. We will be increasing the hot room by about 300 square feet and putting in a dedicated non-heated yoga studio.”

Many of the current classes are at capacity, so expanding will create space for more students and instructors. For Armstrong-Solomon, a non-heated practice space is essential.

“We also know that not everyone wants to do hot yoga, so having the option to have really really great power yoga in a non-heated studio is thrilling,” she said. “There are also so many types of classes that aren’t conducive to a hot room, so we are stoked to offer some different restorative classes, myofascial release classes, kundalini classes, functional alignment classes, more meditation classes, etc.”

Armstrong-Solomon embodies the welcoming feeling at PC Yoga Collective, “We are just so continually full of love and gratitude for this community of yogis who choose to spend their days with us.”

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