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Breathe plans for its next location in College Town

Rochester Business Journal
April 14, 2014

Breathe Yoga & Juice Bar Inc. plans to open its fifth location in October in College Town, a mixed-use community next to the University of Rochester Medical Center, which is slated to open this year.

The 5,000-square foot location will offer a boutique, a juice bar, a whole foods café, and the company’s largest yoga studio in the Rochester area, company officials said. The new location will create 30 to 40 jobs. The company currently employs 60 people.

Its other locations are in Pittsford, Webster and downtown Rochester, with a franchise location in Greece.
 
“At all of our locations, we aspire to offer something for everyone, from yoga classes to truly nutritious food and juice to fun, high quality apparel,” owner Cyndi Weis said in a statement. “We can’t wait to join the College Town neighborhood.”

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