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New Yogi on the block at Purple Blossom Yoga Studio

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Purple Blossom Yoga Studio had a recent change in management. Jess McNally is the new owner of Purple Blossom Yoga Studio, 302 Evans Street.

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Monday, December 31, 2018

Purple Blossom Yoga Studio had a recent change in management.

Jess McNally is the new owner of Purple Blossom Yoga Studio, 302 Evans Street.

McNally began her first teaching position at Purple Blossom in 2016.

“So naturally when the opportunity to transition into an ownership position arose, I vinyasa’d right in”, McNally said.

McNally has years of experience operating a small business.

“I left my previous job as a radiologic technologist at (Vidant Medical Center) after finishing massage therapy school,” she said. “I then opened my massage practice in October of 2016.”

By December of 2017, she transitioned into her ownership role at Purple Blossom Yoga Studio.

Purple Blossom’s warm, unique, and welcoming space immediately leaves you feeling relaxed and at ease upon entering, McNally said.

“Anyone interested in yoga is encouraged to attend, especially those looking to evolve physically, mentally and spiritually,” she said.

“Our specialty at Purple Blossom is kindness, compassion, and humbleness,” McNally said. “While we have highly trained Yoga Alliance registered instructors teaching classes from beginner to intermediate, our main specialty is ensuring you feel comfortable and at home every time you walk in the studio.”

The location is convenient for students, young professionals and locals, she said.

“I've been with the community for years and could not imagine the Greenville yoga community without it,” McNally said.

Online:

For more information visit www.purpleblossomyogastudio.com

https://www.facebook.com/PurpleBlossomYoga

https://www.instagram.com/purpleblossomyoga/

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