Yoga instructors Sariah Papaya, left, and Reno Gorman, right, lead students during an acro yoga class at the Yoga Workshop on Tuesday in East Sacramento. The Yoga Workshop ceased its traditional operations and opened up as a “yoga co-op” on June 1. The new business model welcomes individual yogis who teach their own classes in their own rooms at their own cost.
Yoga instructors Sariah Papaya, left, and Reno Gorman, right, lead students during an acro yoga class at the Yoga Workshop on Tuesday in East Sacramento. The Yoga Workshop ceased its traditional operations and opened up as a “yoga co-op” on June 1. The new business model welcomes individual yogis who teach their own classes in their own rooms at their own cost. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Yoga instructors Sariah Papaya, left, and Reno Gorman, right, lead students during an acro yoga class at the Yoga Workshop on Tuesday in East Sacramento. The Yoga Workshop ceased its traditional operations and opened up as a “yoga co-op” on June 1. The new business model welcomes individual yogis who teach their own classes in their own rooms at their own cost. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

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Facing greater scrutiny, Sacramento area yoga studios explore business model changes

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