Inner Me opened its first location on Montrose in October 2009 and moved into its 2206 Emancipation Avenue location in April 2019. This historic building was at one point the unofficial headquarters for the Civil Rights movement. Previously owned by two attorneys, Roy Smith and Howard Ramond for 29 years, Inner Me spent much time on construction to build the space out perfect for a studio! The building was built in 1955.
This location has 5 studio rooms, 5 showers, a dedicated parking lot, a dedicated cycling studio, two dedicated pole dancing studios, branded apparel, a unique photo booth and more! You’ll have to see it for yourself!