So you know all those reasons why you think you don't like yoga? It's too slow, too boring, too woo woo, too serious, you're not flexible, you can't touch your toes, it's too hard, it's too quiet, blah blah blah. Yeah. We get it. That's why we created 3 Chords. It's raw, it's loud, it's fun and guess what...we can't touch our toes either. Who cares. We serve up some badass yoga for students of all levels, we flow to the most killer Setlists you've ever heard, we don't take ourselves too seriously...and we still get all the benefits. Go figure.  

Oh...and did we mention we're also a full-service, state-of-the-art recording studio? Because yeah, we have that too.


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From committed Crossfit Coach and Athlete to unorthodox Yoga Practitioner and Teacher, Sarah Bowling has spent the past 11 years ingrained in the fitness world - ultimately making it her mission to make fitness accessible and enjoyable for everyone.

At the forefront of the Crossfit phenomenon, Sarah Bowling was an owner, coach, and competitor for the inaugural box CrossFit Delray Beach in South Florida. Using her Crossfit as a platform, Sarah created a second company, The Integrated Recovery Project, designed to serve the large community of Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment Centers in the area. Her team was dedicated to creating a space for the resurrection of physical wellness and the improvement of overall strength and conditioning in recovering addicts.

After moving to Los Angeles in 2015 to be close to her family, Sarah's unique recovery project, newfound love for no-fuss yoga, and long-time fondness for music (she was raised on rock and roll and is also a classically trained pianist) would inspire her to create one of the most unique new fitness fusion spaces in Hollywood.

From its inception, Sarah has remained laser-focused in her approach, keeping 3 Chords a space of authenticity that matches her "don't take yourself too seriously" attitude. She is committed to creating a space where a cultural community may take root, and creativity may thrive.