About the Studio

Consider this studio your retreat. Your sanctuary. It's a place dedicated to giving you the space necessary to get away from it all so that you can reconnect with yourself. Your to-do list isn't going anywhere. Two Hearts exists to give you an opportunity to practice self care for the betterment of you, your family and your community at large. 

We know you're busy, so we have worked diligently to bring as many resources as possible under one roof. We have in-house staples like our massage therapist, acupuncturist and chiropractor as well as specialty workshops on fertility and CPR training. Our hope is that you feel welcome to bring your whole self to this studio and take advantage of our network of experts that are trained to guide you through all the phases of parenthood. 

You should also know that we like to keep things as real as possible around here. That means everyone is welcome. You don't have to wear fancy workout gear, have the best mat (in fact we have extras if you need to borrow one) or be an experienced yogi. We have teachers with different styles and personalities so you can find one you connect with most. 



About the Founder

“I love what I do… What’s not to love? I love the mommies, I love the bumps, I work in a room with beautiful women, and I don’t mean just on a physical level—I mean energetic, gorgeous beings creating life. I walk around barefoot, I wear comfortable clothes, I listen to the music I love… I love my moms, I love my babies and I think it’s the greatest job ever.”
~Georgina O’Farrill

Georgina has completed three yoga teacher trainings: Power Yoga with Brenda Strong, a YogaWorks training with Maty Ezraty and Lisa Walford and one with Naime Jezeny, Sue Elkind and Noah Maze at City Yoga.

An informed and creative teacher, Georgina’s style and her unique approach to pre/post-natal yoga have made her an extremely popular teacher, with pregnant students traveling from all over the city to attend her classes. She has also taught workshops and teacher trainings based on her extensive pre/post-natal teaching experience.