Classes at 532Yoga

Address: 532 N Washington St, Suite 100, Alexandria, VA 22314 | Map
Venue Phone: (703) 209-0049
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29 January – instructor: Daniel Steiniger
26 February – instructor: Gabby Quatse
26 March – instructor: Justin Blazejewski
30 April – instructor: Justin Blazejewski
28 May
25 June – instructor: Angie Escalona
30 July
27 August – instructor: Andrea Ovalle
24 September – instructor: Bethany Davsion
29 October
26 November
31 December – instructor: Thierry Chiapello

Classes at lululemon Clarendon

Address: 2847 Clarendon Blvd #150, Arlington, VA 22201
Venue Phone: (703) 807-0539
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22 January – instructor: Justin Blazejewski
19 February – instructor: Brittany Clark
19 March – instructor: Daniel Steinger
23 April – instructor: Justin Blazejewski
21 May – instructor: Meghan-Rose
18 June – instructor: Ashley Matejka


Upcoming Events

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Saturday, November 11th, 2017 at 10:00am
Van Metre Homes43045 Van Metre Drive
Ashburn, VA 20148
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A weekend training-intensive for teachers who are interested in working with at-risk or traumatized populations, including those who are incarcerated.
Kath Meadows, Director of Women Prisoner Initiatives at PYP, and Whitney Ingram, PYP Ambassador will lead the training, drawing on 8 years of experience teaching yoga to men and women behind bars.
This training will explore Prison Yoga Project’s evidence-based, gender-informed approach to adapting yoga for those impacted by trauma, with a special focus on teaching in prisons and detention centers.
The 15-hour (Yoga Alliance Approved) training will include:
~An introduction to the physiology of trauma
~Instruction in specific trauma-informed asana, pranayama and meditation practices that have been proven effective with prisoners
~How to work in the unique socio-cultural environment of a prison
~Special considerations for teaching in a gender restricted environment
~Strategies for establishing yoga programs in detention facilities
~An exploration of the principles of Restorative Justice as practiced through yoga and meditation
The cost of this training has been underwritten by a generous donor so every registrant will receive $150 discount on the training fee of $375.
Contact: Kristyn Burr (RYT 200) Founder: SEVA Prison Yoga –