It will take 5,000 square feet in a two-story building at 4725 Wyandotte St.
CorePower Yoga opened in Denver in 2002 and now has 129 studios in 13 states, but none in Missouri or Kansas. It plans to open 25 new studios this year.
Classes are taught by certified yoga instructors who “take a typical yoga practice and crank it up to 11,” the company said.
Lora Swarts, studio manager at the Plaza location, said it would have a range of classes, including Heated Power Yoga, Hot Power Fusion and Heated Yoga Sculpt.
Under its Black Tag Membership, customers get unlimited classes for $139 a month, and if they sign up before the opening of the Plaza studio they will get a 25 percent discount on membership. The studio also offers class packages for five, 10 and 20 sessions, as well as walk-in rates, senior and student discounts, and yoga teacher training programs.
The Plaza location will have two large yoga rooms, as well as changing rooms with showers and private lockers and a retail boutique selling men’s and women’s active wear and accessories.
Hours will be 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
In a statement, Glenn Stephenson, vice president and division manager for Highwoods Properties, said: “CorePower Yoga is an innovative brand, geared toward the active individual. It has seen success across the U.S., and we know Plaza goers will enjoy having this type of fitness option.”
Locally owned Paolini Garment Co., a custom and tailored luxury menswear showroom, had operated in the two-story building under a short-term lease. It recently moved to 4113 W. 83rd St. in Prairie Village.