Westchase Area Community News Briefs
New Yoga Studio Open in Westchase
Last month, Westchase welcomed one of its’ newest local businesses – Studio 108 Yoga and Holistic Healing, located at 11059 Countryway Blvd. The new studio will offer a variety of classes, including Hot 26+1, Hot Flow, their Signature Funky Flow, Power Flow, Beginner classes, Community Vinyasa Flow, Prana Flow, Missy White’s 108 Asanas Beginner and Advanced Series, Duncan Wong Inspired Yogic Arts, Yin Yoga, Yoga Nidra and Meditation. There are multiple classes every day of the week, including their popular Hot Lunch Hour classes. Nutritional consultations are available with Ayurvedic coach Missy White for detox programs, increased energy, lifestyle changes, weight loss and overall health.
In celebration of their grand opening, Studio 108 Yoga is offering an opening sale, including $45 for 30 days of classes or 3 Classes for $25. This offer is limited to new students and is a one-time purchase only. For a complete schedule of their classes and to purchase opening sale specials or other class packages, please check out their website at Studio108Tampa.com. Book now, appointments are filling up fast.
Studio 108 Yoga and Holistic Healing is located next to the Public Library in Westchase at 11059 Countryway Blvd., phone number (813) 343-8887. For more information or answers to your questions please contact Heather Snyder by phone at (813) 495-1680, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Studio 108 Tampa is also the official home of the 108 Asanas (www.108Asanas.com).
75th Anniversary of a Mercury Theatre Original Radio Broadcast
October 30 will mark the 75th anniversary of Mercury Theatre’s original radio broadcast of Howard Knoch’s adaptation of H.G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds. To celebrate, MAS Community Theatre will perform a live staged recreation of the broadcast at the Tarpon Springs Cultural Center on October 4, the Ruskin Firehouse Cultural Center on October 25 and the Carrollwood Cultural Center on October 26 and 27. It will mark the first time MAS Community Theatre has toured a show in the Bay Area.
Auditioning actors will be asked to read an excerpt from a play (fiction or non-fiction), poem, or other text of their choosing for no more than 60 seconds. The audition will also include cold readings, exercises and games. Actors are encouraged to be familiar with the original 1938 broadcast of The War of the Worlds and that style of broadcasting. For more information about auditions, contact director Ric Solerto-Brown at email@example.com.
The recreation of the original Mercury Radio Theatre broadcast of Howard Koch’s The War of the Worlds is being produced through a special arrangement with Anne Koch. For more information, visit CarrollwoodCenter.org.