Yoga Classes — New Locations in June!


Happy Day, Friends! Pencil in your yoga classes for summer with me! Hatha classes will continue at Love Yoga through May 31st … so keep showing up for yourself =). In June, I become a “free-range,” traveling yoga teacher!

UPDATE: On June 4th, we roll out our mats at The Avenue – A Center for Arts & Healing. It’s a home-y space with loads of light, a little kitchen (tea & snacks!), bathroom & a little outdoor seating area. Lots of options for parking too. Here’s a peek:


I’m so grateful to Amy and Ryan for opening this space again to yoga (Y12SR classes were held here too!) … I know our positive community will bring good vibes to the building & spread those vibes like confetti in Uniontown.

Morning classes will run Monday to Thursday, & you can choose an easy-going, challenging, strength-building or restorative class. Drop-ins $10. Ten-class passes will be available for $90 (cash or check — old-school!). I teach at a few other places in town, so don’t hesitate to contact me about other locations — or if you’d like a private session or classes for your school or workplace.

One aspect of Hatha Yoga is “the union of opposites.” Summer brings heat & light, so this summer we will focus on cultivating sustainable heat (rather than burnout/depletion), alongside cooling postures & breathwork.

Never done Hatha Yoga? If you’ve been to a modern yoga class, you’ve experienced some aspect of Hatha. Many modern forms of yoga (vinyasa, yin, power, flow, etc.) are derived from traditional Hatha Yoga. Hatha Yoga is a holistic system of practices — postures, breathwork, relaxation & meditation, along with lifestyle practices — & you will experience many/all aspects of the Hatha system within each class at The Avenue (or wherever I may be teaching!).

I hope you’ll join me this summer in class — the practice of Hatha Yoga is more than postures. No flexibility required. Beginners welcome. Seasoned practitioners from any tradition welcome. Fellow yoga & wellness teachers welcome. No drama, competition, or photoshop here. Simple. Traditional yoga for our collective well-being. Real bodies/minds/spirits practicing life together.

I practice Hatha Yoga because the systematic practices work. I become more myself in mind, body, spirit. I share Hatha Yoga because it works. We become more ourselves with each practice — & we change the world. One small, dedicated community at a time.

Share this post with a friend interested in a positive-vibe community of practice this summer!

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I bow deeply to Love Yoga, to Kristin, Alycia & the Love Yoga community who have been my yoga home for 2 years. You have allowed me to flow, tumble, & get back up again with grace. We have changed the world, & will continue to do so as we go out from this place. The light in me honors the light in each of you. — E

Published by ericaengel42

I practice & share Hatha Yoga for a simple reason -- it works. Hatha Yoga in the Himalayan Tradition is a holistic system of philosophy & practices passed down through an unbroken 5,000 year lineage of Himalayan sages. What Hatha Yoga is not: trendy, bendy or one-&-done. What Hatha Yoga is: a systematic approach to uncovering the real, authentic YOU in body, mind & spirit. Hatha Yoga cultivates well-being, stability, clarity & ease in modern life through traditional, time-tested practices. I also recognize both our shared humanity & our differing privileges & barriers -- I am a cis-gendered white female with a graduate degree, who has dealt with family trauma & an eating disorder. My goals in my own practice include to cultivate awareness of my own privileges & social conditioning, unlearn & re-learn in order to be mindful & take compassionate action toward a more beautiful, just & peaceful world for ALL humans, creatures & our Earth. I'm making mistakes daily, & hopeful that I'm falling forward toward these goals & vision. I hope we can walk our paths & support each other along the way.

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