We gather at The Well to be well
This is where we connect, get strong, and grow as a community.
It is our mission to hold space and be the place where you nourish your body with exercise, mindfulness, and nutrition. We believe that when people feel their best, they create healthier, more supportive communities.
The source of our inspiration is each other, and we circle up at The Well to support each other to be well and continue to get healthier, stronger, and more connected to ourselves and our communities. Welcome.
The Well Studio is a collaboration between a disabled military veteran and a yoga teacher.
When Ron Kodl met Stacy McGinty, they had both served their communities as owners of health-conscious studios (Ron and his wife Amy owned a franchise fitness facility, and Stacy is the founder of Dragonfly Yoga Dublin). Both felt that more could be done between the fitness and mindfulness worlds to build and grow community.
When the pandemic hit, they found their opportunity to begin afresh with a broader perspective on what healthy living really means. And that's how The Well Studio came to be. By looking at their diverse community and the great need for connection between people and practices, they agreed to join forces and create a new space that is more than a fitness center or yoga studio.
In early 2021, they launched this new endeavor as The Well Studio, which functions as a place to grow, learn, and be well in community.
All are welcome here
Our community is diverse, and we celebrate and honor that diversity through creating a safe place for all people to join in our yoga studio, gym space and programming:
the gym, classes, and events.
All are welcome here regardless of ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, gender identity, nationality, cultural origin, physical ability, veteran status, size, age, sexuality, or any aspect that can cause difference.
We do not tolerate harassment or hate speech of any kind, and welcome your communication on how we can do better where we might fall short.