Whole Body Yoga Studio presents yoga instructor Vladamir Tcharov, from Pranakriya School of Healing Arts, who will lead a 200-hour yoga teacher training. The training will be offered through nine intensive weekend sessions, taking place September 7 to 9, October 12 to 14, November 2 to 4, December 7 to 9, January 11 to 13, February 8 to 10, March 1 to 3, April 5 to 7 and May 3 to 5. Continue reading
Whole Body Yoga will present “Teen Lives Matter”, a series of free yoga classes especially designed to meet the needs of teens.
The program will kick off with a special GloYoga class from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on April 1. GloYoga classes are glow-in-the-dark yoga classes where participants wear neon clothing, glow stick necklaces and bracelets and practice under neon and black lights. The subsequent classes will meet at 3 p.m. on each Sunday in April, beginning April 3. These classes with be hatha style, focusing on basic postures and breathing exercises, and will be appropriate for beginners as well as teens that are more experienced with yoga practice.
“Teens are faced with so much stress, and many of them are desperate for ways to release and relax away from their phones. We wanted to create a safe space for young women and young men to be able to come and have fun and decompress in a healthy way,” says Whole Body owner and senior yoga teacher Patty Ferry.
Location: 403 E. Walnut St., North Wales. For more information, call 215-661-0510 or visit WholeBodyYogaStudio.com. See listing, page 34
Whole Body Yoga Studio recently welcomed several new teachers to its team. The studio offers yoga classes of all levels and types, as well as workshops on various topics, at its two locations in North Wales.