Varkala Ashram in Tempe, Arizona, is a place for kids and families to enjoy yoga, yoga classes, meditation, and meditation studios, among other things.
For $50 million, the Ashram built a $40 million building and added over 300 beds to the facility.
The facility has also added a second floor of meditation and yoga studios, as well as a yoga studio for people with physical disabilities.
“Ashrams are not just for yoga,” the website explains, “but also meditation, meditation training, meditation workshops, meditation studios and more.
We believe in the power of positive change, and that positive change can bring joy and happiness to your life.”
The Ashram was created by the Ashrama Foundation, a nonprofit founded in 2006.
It’s been growing since then, with more than 150 yoga studios and meditation rooms.
As TechCrunch reports, the foundation received $5 million from the US government for the development of Varkalia and plans to open up another 250 studios to the public in the coming years.
It also says that there are now more than 10,000 yoga studios in the United States.
The foundation has a $5,000,000 goal for the facility, but that’s still a long way from being able to do this.
TechCrunch explains that the project will likely cost about $50 to build.