Ann and Alison Dadow, the former West Palm Beach yoga twins whose SUV plunged off a road in Hawaii May 29, in 2012 opened a studio on Clematis Street downtown with the city’s top politican on hand to celebrate.
During a grand opening on August 30, 2012, West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio was featured along with the twins.
The sisters were excited to open Twin Power Yoga at the corner of Clematis Street and Olive Avenue, in the heart of the city’s business and entertainment district.
In an email accompanying a photo sent to friends, Ann (who also went by Anna at the time), had this to say: “Our mayor blessing your property…..She gave the most amazing speech.”
Ann Dadow, 37, died in the May 29 crash. Her sister, Alison, has been charged with second-degree murder. Alison is accused of driving an SUV into a rock wall, causing the vehicle to fall 200 feet off a cliff, killing Ann.
The Dadows created a following of yoga devotees when they ran Twin Power Yoga in West Palm Beach. But they left town abruptly in 2014, leaving behind unpaid employees and customers holding now worthless memberships.
They moved to the resort town of Park City, Utah, where they opened another yoga studio before filing for personal bankruptcy.
The sisters then moved to Hawaii and lived on Maui — Ann as Anastasia Duval and Alison as Alexandria Duval.