Integral Yoga Center of Richmond

Thirteen new teachers graduated on May 6 at Yogaville from a six-month Integral Yoga Center of Richmond (IYCoR) training program. Nora Vimala Pozzi, is the director of IYCoR and lead trainer.

        Congratulations go to Anne Anandaprema Young, Deborah Devika Griffin, Emily Ishwari Wallace, Ivy Divya Brotherton, Jillian Chitra Edwards, Karen Subhadra Hawkins, Martha Devalila Tyler, Megan Dakshina Neal, Nancy Darshani Middleton, Natalie Padmasri Turley, Dr. Patricia Aramati Reams, Shanna Praneshwari Latia Thronton, and Traci Mahalakshmi Bhagat.

        The next IYCoR Teacher Training program will begin in October. The first free orientation meeting will be held at
4 p.m. on July 21 with additional meetings to be held in August and September.

Location: 213 Roseneath Rd. For more information, call 804-342-1061 or visit



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