Yoga Month 2017




GLENMORE YOGA

In 1999 we opened one of the first yoga studios in Richmond with the simple belief that yoga is for everyone. That has always been our guiding principle. Glenmore has expanded three times and our current space occupies 4,800 square feet in Glen Eagles Shopping Center with two large, carpeted yoga studios, three massage treatment rooms, a lounge with a library, and a gift shop offering products to support your yoga and meditation practice as well as jewelry and gift certificates. Yoga is for every body and we offer a wide variety of 30 ongoing classes to meet your needs each week. Annually, we offer our 200- and 300-hour teacher training programs.

Location: 10442 Ridgefield Pkwyy, Henrico. For more information call 804-741-5267 or visit    GlenmoreYoga.com

 

HANOVER YOGA & WELLNESS

Hanover Yoga is located in Mechanicsville, offering a range of traditional hatha, vinyasa, and meditation classes for beginners and experienced practitioners. Hatha is an alignment-based practice balancing strength and flexibility while focusing on the breath. Vinyasa is an energizing practice connecting breath, movement, and awareness of mind and body. Meditation focuses on restoring the body through mindful stillness. We also offer Prenatal Yoga, Kids’ Yoga and Continuing Education workshops to expand the practitioner’s mind. We invite you to learn, practice, and grow with us. Namaste!

Location: 10962 Richardson Rd., Ste. E, Ashland. For more information, call 804-690-5650 or visit VirginiaLovesYoga.com.

 


INTEGRAL YOGA CENTER OF RICHMOND (IYCoR)

Nora Vimala Pozzi

Nora Vimala Pozzi, IYCoR’s director and yoga therapist, has been teaching yoga since 1992. Pozzi is an ordained Integral Yoga Minister and a Phoenix Rising and Integral Yoga Therapist, certified by the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She is also certified in Yoga for Cancer and Chronic Illnesses, Yoga Philosophy, Stress Management and the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program for Health Care Practitioners. Pozzi empowers her students to start where they are and progress at their own pace through postures, breath and relaxation. Since 1999, she has offered a 200-hour yoga teacher training, following Yogaville’s Integral Yoga Teacher Training program, and is currently enrolling for the fall teacher training program.

Location: 213 Roseneath Rd., Ste. 102. For more information, call 804-342-1061 or visit YogaHelps.com.

 

MOBILE OM

The Mobile OM launched in June offering yoga, yoga therapy, wellness classes, lectures, workshops and retail. Shannon Somogyi, C-IAYT, has renovated a 1990 34’ RV and turned it into a studio on wheels. Somogyi travels to events, festivals and parties offering wellness and yoga services. Retail features yoga and wellness-related products made locally. Inside classes are offered and space is available for all modalities. Schedule filling fast, book now!

For more information or to book your next private, corporate or wellness event/class, contact Shannon@MobileOMWellness.com.

 

SHOCKOE SLIP YOGA

Rose Maghdouri

As the owner of one of Richmond’s most relaxed and friendly yoga studios, Rose Maghdouri’s welcoming spirit, playful energy and sense of adventure are what make Shockoe Slip Yoga (SSY) a fun place to deepen your yoga practice. Maghdouri opened SSY to give students of all ages, bodies and experience levels a space to feel at home. In addition to SSY’s daily classes, Maghdouri puts her love of adventure into a calendar of yoga-inspired events—taking students skydiving, boating, wine tasting and even to Costa Rica!

Location: 1307-A East Cary St. For more information, call 804-343-2010 or email YogaLandRVA@gmail.com.

 

THE YOGA DOJO

The Yoga Dojo is Richmond’s only studio dedicated to the practice of Rocket Yoga and movement exploration, located in vibrant Scott’s Addition. Rocket Yoga is a dynamic and fast-paced form of vinyasa yoga, linking a sequence of postures with the breath. In addition to Rocket, we also offer ashtanga, yin, restorative, vinyasa, kids’ and prenatal/postnatal yoga, along with flexibility and hand balance training. We host spring and fall 200-hour teacher training sessions, Rocket teacher training and a range of special classes and workshops led by internationally acclaimed instructors.

Location: 1219 Highpoint Ave. For more information, call 804-367-4090 or visit TheYogaDojo.net.

 

YOGA SOURCE

Founded in 1998, Yoga Source has offered the Richmond community a peaceful yoga oasis in the heart of Carytown for 17 years. The studio continues to offer a wide variety of yoga styles, including iyengar, Yogabasics, Yogabarre, YogaWorks Flow and prenatal classes for students of all ages and abilities. Yoga Source is an exclusive host of the YogaWorks teacher training programs celebrating 10 years of partnership this fall. Yoga Source’s mission is upheld by the belief in transformation through consistent practice. Through disciplined effort, every practitioner can change the way they see themselves and the world around them.

Location: 3122 W.
Cary St.,
Ste. 220. For more information, call 804-359-9642 or visit YogaRichmond.com.

 

YOGA WITH NITYA

Nitya Griffith

Since 2005, Nitya Griffith has been sharing yoga with children throughout the Richmond community and is considered a master at teaching children’s yoga. There are now over a dozen Yoga with Nitya teachers in the Richmond community, Norfolk and New York. There are kids’ yoga teacher trainings held bi-annually. Nitya has developed a unique approach using imaginative yoga adventures with breathing, fun yoga poses, mindfulness meditation and original songs. She also runs an annual summer camp and women’s retreats. Griffith has released the Yoga with Nitya DVD, A Child’s Journey Into Yoga, The Yogaville Coloring Book, and The Yoga with Nitya Cookbook; Seasonal, Local, Vegetarian Recipes for a Healthy Family.

For more information, call 804-678-8568 or visit YogaWithNitya.com. Instagram: LydiaNitya, FB: Yoga with Nitya.

 

 

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