Yoga Month 2016


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. She has developed a unique approach using imaginative yoga adventures with breathing, fun yoga poses, mindfulness meditation and original songs. Nitya also runs an annual summer camp and women’s retreat. Furthermore, Nitya has released the Yoga With Nitya DVD, A Child’s Journey Into Yoga, and just this summer, the Yoga With Nitya Cookbook; Seasonal, Local, Vegetarian Recipes for a Healthy Family.

For more information, call 804-678-8568 or visit


Integral Yoga Center Nora PozziNora Vimala Pozzi, IYCoR’s director and yoga therapist, has been teaching since 1992. She opened one of the first yoga centers in Richmond in 2000 and now has a new space in the Museum District where Integral Yoga classes are offered for all levels and conditions in a safe, meditative setting. Students are empowered to start where they are and progress at their own pace through postures, breath and relaxation. Since 1999, Pozzi has been offering a 200-hour yoga teacher training, following Yogaville’s Integral Yoga Teacher Training program.

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


Spiritual Flow YogaIn a friendly, peaceful environment, Spiritual Flow Yoga is devoted to creating a sanctuary for all students to strengthen mind, body and spirit. Our passion is to help our students discover who they really are—to find peace, strength, healing, balance, love and compassion in their physical bodies and hearts. We teach safe alignment, breath and mindfulness for all students at all levels in order to develop a balanced yoga practice on and off the mat.

Location: 13354 Midlothian Tpke., Ste., 201, Midlothian. For more information, visit or call 804-909-0955.


Yoga SourceFounded in 1998, Yoga Source moved into the Cary Court Shopping Center in 2000 and has grown to now include three studio spaces. Yoga Source offers a large variety of yoga styles, including Iyengar, Vinyasa flow and Yogaworks flow, as well as yogabarre classes, meditation, monthly events for students of all abilities and a seven-month teachers’ training program. The philosophy of Yoga Source includes the belief that the practice of yoga can transform how practitioners see themselves and the world around them.  

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


Om on YogaOm On Yoga is a tranquil space where a deep devotion to yoga and a belief in its transformational power serve to reach individuals and empower them to aspire to an even greater life for themselves. Om On Yoga further honors this vision by offering the most exclusive selection of sustainably hip fitness fashions, eco-friendly beauty products and environmentally sourced yoga equipment.

Location: 320 Libbie Ave. For more information, call 804-282-9642 or visit

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