12th Annual Year of Virginia Yoga Week

12th Annual Year of Virginia Yoga Week

Sunday, June 17 - Sunday, June 23, 2019

Presented by Yogis for Positive Change and the Virginia Yoga Community

Virginia Yoga Week - A gift of free and five dollar yoga classes and special events in
Celebration of the fabulous yoga offered throughout the state.

Participants

Virginia Yoga Week 2019 events are listed by studio or independent teacher. Use our menu below to see these offerings, or check out our calendar.

*Note - these offerings will change as we get closer to the event so please check back often!

Studios

Independent Teachers

 



Art of Balance Yoga

Art of Balance Yoga was established as a welcoming studio where students can practice to gain the benefits of this practice of yoga to bring balance to the whole being in this modern era of ours.

This is a relaxed, friendly environment where the emphasis is on the individual, using Yoga to achieve the most benefit for balance of steadiness and ease. The studios are clean, the lighting is soft, and the teachers are skilled, professional, and kind. Please feel free to ask questions and see how easy it is to feel at home. This is your practice and we want you to love it enough to make it part of your healthy lifestyle. It is our hope that everyone leaves class feeling better than when they came in!

Virginia Yoga Week 2019

Summer Solstice Restore + Meditation
One Breath for CommUNITY
Friday, June 21 from 6:00-7:15pm
Free Online Sign Up - Restorative + Meditation
Donate non-perishables at the Door

Join Trish and Maria to welcome the Summer Solstice as a commUNITY. Yoga studios around the Metropolitan area are collectively gathering groups to intentionally activate the energy of compassion to share, uplift and grow our commUNITY. At Art of Balance Yoga, we will open with a short conversation, move to a series of Restorative poses, followed by breath work and then sit for meditation. This is a donation class benefitting the Fredericksburg Food Bank. Let's gather and pause as the arrival of Summer reminds us of the nature of abundance for all.

Art of Balance Yoga
4300 Plank Road #170
Fredericksburg, VA 22407

540-907-2909
www.artofbalanceyoga.com



Beloved Yoga

Welcome to Beloved Yoga: A Sanctuary for All! Our new 6,500 sq. ft. space has four studios, three well-being rooms and a Lounge for community talks and events. Our new Sanctuary is located at 11109 Sunset Hills Road, Reston, VA 20190, across the street from the Reston Post Office.

Beloved Yoga was founded in 2006 to provide a welcoming place where people of all levels can come practice yoga with reverence, integrity, and accessibility for all. We look forward to having you see our new Sanctuary and be a part of our Sangha community!

At Beloved Yoga Sanctuary, we embrace all traditions and paths of yoga and our classes are designed to give you a complete yoga experience. Our teachers come from different lineages offering you a well-balanced practice and exposure to this ancient practice and the philosophy of Yoga as codified by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras. One intention that you will find in all our classes is the philosophy of vinyasa, integrating breath with movement infused with a clear intention (Bhavana).

Virginia Yoga Week 2019

Beloved Yoga
11109 Sunset Hills Road
Reston, Virginia

703-860-YOGA (9642)
www.belovedyoga.com



River's Edge Yoga

River's Edge Yoga

River's Edge Yoga Center, one block from the river in Old Town Alexandria, is a cozy yoga oasis dedicated to the teaching of yoga in the classical tradition.

We offer Ashtanga Vinyasa as taught by Pattahbis Jois, both the Primary and Intermediate Series, Yoga for Athletes, Mellow Mamas pre and post natal yoga for the Yoga Mom, Yoga Baby, Vinyasa Flow and Yoga Sage a therapeutic approach to movement.

River's Edge Yoga

Virginia Yoga Week 2019

River's Edge Yoga
300 Montgomery Street, Suite 201
Alexandria, VA 22314

571-218-2161
www.riversedgeyoga.com



Unity Woods Yoga Center

Unity Woods Yoga Center

Founded in 1979 by Advanced Iyengar Yoga Teacher, John Schumacher, Unity Woods Yoga Center is one of the best known and widely respected yoga communities in the country. Our purpose is to offer uncompromising expert yoga instruction to as broad an audience as possible. The teaching staff, welcoming and knowledgeable, is the area’s most experienced, comprised of highly trained, certified instructors. Based on the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar, modern yoga’s most influential teacher, our classes guide you safely and effectively toward better health, serenity, and deeper awareness.


Virginia Yoga Week 2019
Tue, June 18, Level I/II, 6:00-7:15pm with Giulia (Free Class)
Wed, June 19, Level I/II, 12:00-1:00pm with Ann (Free Class)
Wed, June 19, Level I, 6:00-7:15pm with Leah (Free Class)
Thu, June 20, Level I/II, 6:00-7:15pm with Joe (Free Class)
Fri, June 21, Level I, 10:30-11:45am with Kate (Free Class)
Sun, June 23, Level I, 10:45am-12:15pm with Maggie (Free Class)

* Participants may attend one of the following Level I or Level I/II classes for FREE by letting the receptionist know they are participating in VYW.

Unity Woods Yoga Center - Arlington Studio
Randolph Towers (Enter through the building lobby.)
4001 North 9th Street, Suite 105
Arlington, VA 22203

301-656-8992
www.unitywoods.com


 

Independent Teachers

Dina Ramon

Dina RamonDina is a 200hr RYT based in Arlington, VA. Her desire to expand and explore her yoga practice was realized several years after first being introduced to yoga; practicing pre- and post-pregnancy, and then incorporating it into her fitness and running routines. After years of ‘on and off’ practice, but never fully appreciating all aspects and benefits of yoga - physically, emotionally, and spiritually - she started attending more classes. As she did, she felt her body awakening to asana, her mind becoming calmer, and her breath controlling what she was experiencing. That is when yoga became an integral part of her life and inspired her to learn more.

Dina currently teaches vinyasa, alignment-based style yoga to practitioners at a variety of locations including CrossFit Falls Church (VA), the US Department of Energy's FOHO Fitness Center, and the Mind Your Body Oasis studio. She also offers private instruction.

Dina completed the mentorship program and taught community classes at Blue Nectar Yoga studio (Falls Church, VA).

Contact Info
Email: dinaramon88@gmail.com
Phone: 917-969-6668


 

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JOIN US

PRESENTERS

Yogis for Positive Change
River’s Edge Yoga
City of Alexandria
The Virginia, Maryland and DC Yoga Communities

SUPPORTERS

The Old Town North Community Partnership
Yoga=Union
Beloved Yoga

CHARITIES

Carpenter's Shelter

Carpenter’s Shelter
Carpenter’s Shelter supports the homeless achieve sustainable independence through shelter, guidance, education and advocacy. Carpenter’s Shelter serves over 1,000 homeless and formerly homeless children and adults each year. Website: www.carpentersshelter.org

Cornerstones

cornerstone
Cornerstones is a nonprofit organization that promotes self-sufficiency by providing support and advocacy for those in need of food, shelter, affordable housing, quality childcare, and other human services. We remain firmly rooted in the Reston community and embrace founder Robert E. Simon’s principle of inclusivity. We apply this value - that all may “live, work, play and serve” - in the many communities where we now operate. mind and body fund: A fund we have at belovedYoga where we pay the teachers that teach at South gate and other special events for cornerstones so that their is no cost to the people or the community. we cover the cost. BelovedYoga has created a Mind Body Fund through the Love Your Body Day that supports yoga teach- ers to go into the Corner- stones community making yoga accessible for ALL.

YoKid


Founded in 2006, YoKid is a non-profit that provides instruction in yoga for kids & teens. While youth in today’s complex urban environments face ever-increasing challenges, there are greater levels of stress and obesity among kids & teens living in poverty. YoKid was created to help kids & teens confront these challenges by increasing their self-awareness, concentration levels and physical activity through yoga. Website: www.yokid.org

Odanadi


Odanadi an International organization working to fight human trafficking and support women in need. Website: www.odanadi.org

 

In previous years, Virginia Yoga Week has supported the following charities:

  • Alzheimer’s Association
  • Dogs XL
  • Food For Others
  • Homestretch
  • King Street Cats
  • Living Beyond Breast Cancer
  • Smashing Walnuts Foundation/Piedmont Family
  • Yoga Gives Back


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