Pop-up yoga clothing company visits Langley

A slice of the Big Apple will be in Langley next weekend when Half Moon Yoga hosts a pop-up shop featuring the spring collection of Haven Collective, a New York City-based yoga clothing company.

A slice of the Big Apple will be in Langley next weekend when Half Moon Yoga hosts a pop-up shop featuring the spring collection of Haven Collective, a New York City-based yoga clothing company.

The pop-up shop is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 16, at the studio, located in Langley Village. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Hedgebrook, the international women writer’s retreat located on South Whidbey.

Founded by Tracy Squillante, the company makes yoga clothing that can be worn from the studio to street, said Joni Takanikos, in a Monday new release.

“It is made here in the U.S. and the fabrics and style are impeccably beautiful,” she said.

For details, call 206-226-6055 or visit www.halfmoonyogalangley.com.

 

 

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