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Address: 1009 Bridge Rd, Charleston, WV 25314-1305
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Learn to live the good life! The Folded Leaf is West Virginia's premier...

Learn to live the good life! The Folded Leaf is West Virginia's premier yoga studio, servicing both Kanawha and Teays Valley. We also offer massage therapy, reiki, and earth-friendly retail. Offering over 40 classes per week in two serene studios, The Folded Leaf has a comprehensive schedule with something for everyone. Beginning to advanced practitioners will find a comfortable place to practice and grow.

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Down to earth yoga

I've thoroughly enjoyed my time at The Folded Leaf. They offer private lessons and a variety of yoga classes throughout the week. Drop-ins are always welcome. Their online classes... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2016
Shannon S
Burke, Virginia
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Burke, Virginia
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9 reviews
Reviewed 30 August 2016

I've thoroughly enjoyed my time at The Folded Leaf. They offer private lessons and a variety of yoga classes throughout the week. Drop-ins are always welcome. Their online classes are updated continually on their website. If you are looking for a great place to relax, without the pretentiousness of many yoga studios, come to The Folded Leaf.

Thank Shannon S
Hurricane, WV
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Reviewed 2 February 2016

I enjoy the Folded Leaf for many reasons. The folks who work there/teach there are so down to earth and really want to help you learn how to do yoga. I've not had a massage but they have a wonderful reputation. The prices are excellent and there is a wide range of classes and times to suit everyone.

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Cross Lanes, West Virginia
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Reviewed 5 June 2014 via mobile

Excellent deal. Excellent overall experience. Will be back. Made me comfy and was easy to find. Found on living social. Can get 30 min for 19.99$ to see if you like like I did?

2 Thank JDizzle23
Charleston, West Virginia
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Reviewed 31 July 2012

Good community yoga on Sunday but crowded, so go early. If you're serious about yoga get a package deal to save $$$

1 Thank m g
Charleston, West Virginia
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Reviewed 11 February 2012

Professional, wide variety of classes for differing levels of experience. Warm friendly atmosphere. Good business trying to do good.

1 Thank hallinanwv
Charleston, West Virginia
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Reviewed 28 December 2011

I have visited on several occasions, and I love this place. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and knowledgeable. Incredible massages by Crystal to assorted yoga classes, you'll always leave feeling relaxed and refreshed.

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Mount Sinai, New York
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Reviewed 9 September 2011

On a long 800 mile car trip I was fortunate enough to stop in Charleston, West Virginia and spend some time at The Folded Leaf. The owner of this establishment is just delightful and very knowledgeable as are the other teachers providing instruction there. It was wonderful to drag my road weary body into a yoga class and come out... More 

2 Thank ChristieBB
Charleston, West Virginia
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Reviewed 7 September 2011

I have visited the Folded Leaf several times at both locations in Charleston (Bridge Road) and Teays Valley (Scott Junction), whether I was alone or with a group of friends, it has always been a welcoming place with wonderful teachers and friendly students. They offer all styles and variety of yoga classes to suit all skill levels, as well as... More 

1 Thank YogaGirl304
Saint Albans, West Virginia
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Reviewed 31 August 2011

The Folded Leaf overs a varity of yoga classes, from beginner to advance. I attend the chair yoga and the benefits from this class is remarkable. They offer different types of massage that are fantastic. The staff and facilites are first rate (locations in Charleston and Teays Valley). I highly recommend them for your spiritual, physical and emotional well being.

2 Thank BigAl_Capri
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Reviewed 30 July 2011

The folded leaf is a wonderful and progressive wellness center. The yoga and holistic care (massage therapy, reiki, etc) are first class. There are class offerings for a wide range of ability and intensity levels. The folded leaf is an asset to the charleston area and it's location is great! It's minutes from downtown, has ample, close parking and is... More 

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