Smithtown Hot Yoga Foregoes Hauppauge Move, Will Relocate to Former Library

No date for the move to the former Nesconset library has been announced.

While Smithtown Hot Yoga announced they were moving off of Smithtown's Main Street and to a new local spot within a month in the beginning of March, the destination has changed.

The studio's owners sent out an email to clients this week stating the new home to Smithtown Hot Yoga would be in the former Nesconset branch of the Smithtown Special Library District, located at 148 Smithtown Boulevard, near 

Sorry for the delay in re-opening. Good news is that we are going to Nesconset instead of Hauppague only 2 1/2 miles from the old location at the site of the old Smithtown Library. Your continued patience is greatly appreciated.

Initially the yoga studio announced the move would be to 694 Motor Parkway in Hauppague.

In an email statement set to clients March 1, ownership stated they were "operating at a loss every single month" since opening in the current location and that the Hauppauge location will be open in "a month or more before."

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lisa kay March 29, 2013 at 02:18 PM
Worst shopping center!! They will NOT make it there. Its dirty and runned down. I don't go in there b/c it looks so disgusting.
scootz March 29, 2013 at 04:14 PM
They'll be "operating at a loss every single month" no matter where they go.
Mary Smith March 30, 2013 at 04:12 PM
They are unethical people that do not practice yoga principals. Shame on them. Would never go to a studio that deceives its customers. Who knows if they will really open at this location. No wonder they lose money, it's called karma. Treat people the way you want to be treated is not a familial concept to the owners.
Ginamarie Parise August 29, 2013 at 04:45 PM
They were handing out flyers at the last concert at the gazebo. Never said they were the old "smithtown hot yoga" I wonder if they will be honoring our packages we still had at the other place!?


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