By Mary Brown Malouf
Photography by Adam Finkle
True beauty has less to do with artifice and youth and more to do with reality and health. Consciousness of that fact seems to be dawning, and clothes are following suit.
Photo: Cynthia McPhee
Discipline: CorePower Yoga
“I was a single, stay at home mother of two until I found yoga and it changed my life.” Cynthia McPhee doesn’t understate her passion. After six months of practicing yoga, she decided to become an instructor and she recently finished teacher training at CorePower.
Studio: CorePower Yoga
CorePower is set to energizing music and may involve weights. Or bikes. Beginning CorePower classes are held in a moderately heated studio, the most strenuous classes are held in a 90–95-degree space with 30–35 percent humidity. And it can get tougher from there. Open seven days a week, starting at 6 a.m. Choose from two locations in Salt Lake City: 3142 Highland Dr., 801-290-3308 or 1400 Foothill Dr #228, 801-883-9572. corepoweryoga.com
Clothing: Uintah Collection capris, Uintah Standard, $64; Athleta hoodie, Athleta at City Creek, $79.