Next Aerial Yoga Teacher Training: July 10 - 14, 2015
Next 200 Hour Teacher Training: August 14, 2015 - February 2016
to our new Yoga Teachers
who just completed their 200 Hour training program
Yoga On York
Vanessa Lipski, Lidia Garner, Christina Danaher, Nancy Dowdy, Anabel Teuton, Lisa Warren, Jenna Jordan
Summer Family Yoga
Workshops for the whole family!
11:30am-12:30pm, dates are July 5th, July 18th, August 2nd, August 22nd
Cost: $15/parent & child, $5 each additional family member (drop in or pre-register)
Summer can be a busy season for families. Take some time to slow down and spend some time together practicing yoga. Bring the whole family together for one or all of these special family yoga workshops! Kids of all ages, parents, cousins, grandparents, and friends are all welcome.
This class is designed to celebrate the season and allow families to spend some time together playing with yoga. Each class will be unique, so sign up for as many as you’d like!
Yoga Teacher Training Open House
Saturday, July 18th 3:30 - 4:30pm
Interested in teaching yoga? Come find out more about the details of our training programs that meets one weekend a month beginning in August. Meet the lead trainer and studio owner, Jayne Bernasconi. Bring your questions and a friend to discover more about what it takes to become a certified yoga teacher. Special pay in full discount ($100 off) if you pay in full at the Open House. Payment plans also available.
Click here for more information about our teacher training programs!
Mother/Daughter Yoga Retreat
Ages 5-9 - Sunday, July 19th @2-4pm (Pre-register Online)
Teens/Tweens - Saturday, July 25 @2-4pm (Pre-register Online)
Cost: $40/ per mother/daughter pair. Includes snack and all materials.
Join us for a two-hour retreat, designed to foster communication and respect between daughter and mother (or any adult female role model). Activities include yoga, partner poses, games,
breathwork and more. Each retreat will also include an arts n’ crafts activity or project and a healthy snack.
No yoga experience is necessary.
A GLIMPSE OF YOGA ON YORK
Testimonial From A Happy Camper At YOY:
"For most of my life I had been an extremely active, athletic person, but I had been through 2 nasty foot operations in the previous 9 months and was suffering from crippling arthritic pain in my lower back, shoulder problems from months on crutches and a sadness I was unaccustomed to experiencing. Perhaps yoga would help me?
In my first gentle yoga classes at YOY I discovered that I could barely bend from my waist without pain, my upper body was weak, my confidence was low, and my foot was not completely healed. With the help of Jayne and the other instructors, their consistent reminders about using the core muscles, posture and proper form, along with the comradery of fellow students, over the months I slowly became stronger, more flexible and most importantly, a happier person.
Within a few months of starting at YOY, my son and I were offered the opportunity to join a small group of trekkers in the Himalaya in Tibet. My orthopedic surgeon gave me the go ahead after taking out another one of the screws in my foot, and I started to build my aerobic endurance and strength along with my yoga classes at Yoga on York. I had 6 months to train.
Along the way, I tried various other yoga classes around Baltimore including some of the power yoga and Bikram classes. I realized that Yoga on York was more tailored to my lifestyle and it was a better choice for me; I could take my own yoga practice to a higher level at YOY.
The hard physical training paid off and we experienced an amazing trek in October, 2014 to Tibet reaching altitudes of 18,000 feet and sleeping at heights up to 16,500 feet.
I can honestly say that had I not started yoga to prepare my mind, body and spirit for long-term health, I don’t think I could have attempted the climb. Not only had yoga strengthened my endurance and flexibility, it gave me the confidence and peace of mind to attempt our adventure. For me, this will be a lasting transformation." ~ Mark (Margaret) Hoffberger
True Yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life. Yoga is not to be performed; yoga is to be lived. Yoga doesn't care about what you have been; yoga cares about the person you are becoming. Yoga is designed for a vast and profound purpose, and for it to be truly called yoga, its essence must be embodied." -- Aadil Palkhivala
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