Business focuses on physical, emotional nourishment

When a serious climbing accident left him with six permanent screws in his shattered ankle, CorePower Yoga founder Trevor Tice experienced first-hand the transformational benefits of yoga.
An avid outdoorsman from Telluride, Colorado, Trevor was left searching for an exercise to replace the running, climbing and other physically challenging activities that were no longer accessible to him. He found yoga and was hooked.

In 2002, Trevor opened the first CorePower Yoga studio in downtown Denver that offered the public a proprietary form of athletic, heated yoga in modern and spa-like studios.

Six years later, CorePower Yoga opened in Aliso Viejo. The business, which is located in Aliso Viejo Town Center, was the second CorePower Yoga to open in Orange County.

Sierra Kocherhans of the company says the best part about doing business in Aliso Viejo is the support of this community.

“Some of our members have been coming to our studio since we opened,” she said.

The business has grown to more than 130 studios across the country. In Aliso Viejo, CorePower stays connected to the community by hosting some free programs and participating in quarterly “Karma” yoga days.

“We gather students and instructors to do a beach clean-up or do a day’s work at the food bank,” she said.

CorePower Yoga is at 26711 Aliso Creek Road #100. For more information, call 949-831-9642.

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