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Aside from having the coolest name ever, it's a good time to be Chanel Luck. The local yogi has just opened her first studio in South Boston, called Radiant Yoga, a moniker shared with her teacher training school. With a schedule boasting more than 25 weekly classes, Luck's team is offering everything from upbeat, playful routines like Fluid Power Flow on one end of the spectrum with supportive, calming practices like Candlelight Yin Flow on the other. Community and specialized classes are also on the agenda, including the trendy AcroYoga and pre-natal groups.

Boston Globe

Chanel was interview by Boston Globe writer and author of Do Your OM Thing, Rebecca Pacheco.

“It’s OK to lack faith in your ability to do something, but what I have found is the importance of doing it anyway. Resilience is not something we are born with; it is something we build,” said Chanel Luck, owner of the yoga studio Radiant Yoga Boston in South Boston, who has wrestled with all of the challenges mentioned above.

“It’s OK to lack faith in your ability to do something, but what I have found is the importance of doing it anyway. Resilience is not something we are born with; it is something we build,” said Chanel Luck, owner of the yoga studio Radiant Yoga Boston in South Boston, who has wrestled with all of the challenges mentioned above.