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1020 Dennison Ave. Suite 202
Columbus, OH, 43201

We are located at the intersection of Dennison Ave and Starr Ave, 2 blocks west of High Street. The building is highlighted by a bright blue tile roof. Please enter on the corner of Starr and Dennison. Take the stairs to the second floor, and Suite 202 will be on your right.

Day Parking (9a-5p): Side street parking only. Parking lot reserved for medical businesses. Download the ParkMobile App here.

Evening Parking (after 5:00p): Free parking lot behind the building.

Weekend Parking: Free parking lot behind the building.

For Directions: Google Map

For information about the White Castle Parking garage, click here.




1780 W. Fifth Ave.
Columbus, OH 43212

Contact Us | 614.291.4444

Our Grandview location is on West 5th Avenue on the NW corner of Glenn Avenue and West 5th Avenue, just southwest of the Ohio State University campus in Grandview, a centrally located neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio. The studio is within walking distance of a charming area of gift shops and restaurants serving vegetarian and healthy fare, and within short driving distance of bed & breakfasts and lodging.

From The Ohio State University campus, you can easily ride your bike here, drive, or take a bus (free with a valid OSU student I.D.).

For Directions: Google Map

Weather Closings

When we close due to bad weather, our goal is to post the closing information on the homepage of our website by 6am. We will automatically close for a Level 2 Snow Emergency.

It is possible that we would be open for morning classes and closed in the evening or vice versa. During the day we will monitor the weather and make evening class determinations by 4:30pm. We plan to work within the framework described above, but may not always be able to adhere to it.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience the weather may play in your yoga schedule. If you are enrolled in a series class there will be a make-up class scheduled for the week after your original end date.

We encourage you to always use your best judgment about your safety.

Photography Credit:
Peach House Productions