CorePower Settles Underpaid Yoga Instructor Suit For $1.5M

Law360 (September 11, 2019, 1:35 PM EDT) -- Exercise studio chain CorePower Yoga will pay $1.49 million to end claims it didn't pay its Illinois interns and instructors for mandatory out-of-studio work, under a settlement that received final approval in federal court Wednesday.

Under the deal, more than 2,000 people who have worked at one of CorePower’s Illinois locations since July 1, 2015, will receive their proportional share of an initial $600,000 distribution from the settlement. Class members will then receive a second distribution in amounts that depend on what is left after the first payout.

The class members’ monetary relief is “significant, fair and reasonable, particularly in light...

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