Where's the best spot in town to position yourself in yoga? Darien Patch's readers say its .
The yoga studio in the Noroton Heights Shopping Center (edging out the ). Just as important (and weighted just as much in our contest rules), it had more customer review/ratings than any of our other contestants.
A total of 17 customers weighed in on Elements Yoga's directory listing page on Darien Patch. Here's some of what they said:
"Elements Yoga is the perfect place for all level Yogis! It is warm and inviting and the staff goes above and beyond to make you feel welcome. I highly recommend!"
"I met Bruce (the owner) of the Yoga for Men Program a few years back and I am so glad I did. Ever since I started attending this class my back pain subsided and my golf game improved! Elements is a great place and the Yoga for Men Program has been wonderful for me - I recommend it."
: "I drive from Fairfield to go to Elements Yoga. I've been to a number of their workshops and immersions in addition to their regular classes. They have a class for every mood: to stretch and mellow out, to build strength and sweat to great music, to go deeper and build your practice of yoga."
Next week our Readers' Choice contest will be about where to find the best sushi in town. If you want to make sure a business is included, just send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll post the contest at 5 a.m. Monday and run it through 9 a.m. Friday.
Update, 1:43 p.m.: Here are the businesses in town that we know are serving or selling sushi. If you know of any that are not on our list, please comment here or send an email and we'll look into it and add them:
- Stop & Shop, 148 Heights Rd.
- Stop & Shop, 25 Old Kings Hwy. N. (Goodwives Shopping Center)