ANN ARBOR, Mich. – When entering Mota Thai Yoga on Huron Street, community members will see “yoga pods,” red lights and neon fluorescent tape.
The set up may make the Ann Arbor yoga studio look a bit like an emergency room, but it offers a welcoming and safe space for community members wanting to stretch and release some anxiety.
Owned by Luiz Mota, the studio is divided into easy-to-clean individualized areas sectioned off by plastic sheets and denoted with neon tape. Each pod is large enough for one person, has enough space for belongings (mats, blocks, shoes, etc) and has its own spray bottle of cleanser.
Mota said that some of the spaces are even large enough for two people from the same household who want to practice together.
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For anyone who has done yoga, the practice usually involves deeply inhaling and exhaling. Mota said that the studio…