Total Being Yoga Ribbon Cutting

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The Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce welcomed Total Being Yoga to the community with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, March 9. The ceremony was attended by chamber members, Total Being Yoga instructors, Mint Hill residents, and friends and family of owner Mian Rex.

“It’s exciting every time a business comes to Mint Hill,” said Mayor Pro Tem Tracy Ross, who assisted with the ribbon cutting. “I didn’t really know what yoga was!” said Commissioner Dale Dalton, who is thinking about trying a class now that he knows a little more about it.

An emotional Rex was surrounded by friends and family for the ribbon cutting. “I’m real proud of her,” said Rex’s dad Doug. “It’s been a dream of hers for a long while.”

Rex’s 1200 square foot studio is located above D.A. Salon. Total Being Yoga offers a packed schedule of over 25 classes weekly taught by 11 different instructors. Class selection and time vary by day.

Rex and her staff are excited about several workshops they’ll be offering in the coming weeks. At Saturday, March 11th’s, “Begin & Continue” workshop, instructor Beth will be emphasizing “the most basic yoga poses, not holding for too long – nothing too strenuous.” Beth is also excited about Saturday, March 25th’s “Candlelight Yoga with Live Music.” Participants will be treated to live handpan music by local instructor and musician Greg Labarbera while they practice slow, long and deep poses.

You can keep up with the classes and events at Total Being Yoga by following their facebook page or checking in with their web site:

Attendees at the ribbon cutting ceremony signed Rex’s storage barrels to commemorate the occasion.
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Mary Beth Foster
Mary Beth Foster works part time as an essay specialist at Charlotte Latin School and full time as a mom to her eight-year-old daughter Hannah and her six-year-old son Henry. Prior to having children, she worked as a high school English teacher for nine years. Most recently, she chaired the English department at Queen's Grant High School. She and her husband have lived in Mint Hill with their children and their cats since 2011. Email: