126 W. Main St. Sanford NC 27330

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Co-founders Holly Glasson and Sally Houston met in 2015 at Sanford's former yoga studio, Tree of Life.  When Tree of Life moved to a new location, Holly and Sally were eager to provide the Sanford community with a place to practice yoga. They opened Sanford Yoga Center in April of 2017. They believe that yoga is for everybody and every BODY. While both started practicing for the physical advantages that result from yoga, they have gained a deep appreciation for the mental benefits that come from practicing yoga as well.  Holly and Sally strive to ensure Sanford Yoga Center provides a safe, supportive, and informative space for others to begin or continue their yoga journey!


Words from our Students

Sanford Yoga Center is such a warm and welcoming space! The teachers are the best in the area because they have the knowledge and passion to help each student on their individual yoga journey.  I am so thankful that our town has the SYC!

Gwen Babcock

Sanford Yoga Center has become my home away from home.  The classes are fun and energizing.  The instructors are knowledgeable, helpful and encouraging. Classes range from gentle to challenging and can be modified for any level.  There is something for everyone whether you are new to yoga or an experienced yogi.  The atmosphere is unlike any other studio I have attended.  Sanford Yoga Center is a true gem!

Erin Davis

As a military guy, my fitness routine has always involved weightlifting and cardio. Sanford Yoga Center has given me a space to balance out my workouts with safe, supported stretching that enhances my overall athletic performance. My increased mobility has improved my weightlifting ability at CrossFit. I also love the new challenge of trying to touch my toes!

Colin Brady

"Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self."

The Bhagavad Gita

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