Y’s Elements

Experienced yoga therapist/coach available for group and individual sessions drawing from a deep well of creative, somatic and reflective methods to help you flourish.     202-246-9592 Read More »

Spark Yoga

2201 N Pershing Dr, Ste G, Arlington, VA 703-248-9642 Maintain healthy body and mind through Aerial Yoga, Ashtanga, Barre, Hot Yoga, and Pilates. All studios are designed to be energy efficient and sustainable. Read More »

East Meets West Yoga

8227 Old Courthouse Rd, Ste 310, Vienna, VA 703-356-9642 At East Meets West Yoga Center, we provide a safe, tranquil, and supportive environment to practice yoga and meditation, allowing individuals to open to the possibilities of what could be. We are a community of knowledgeable, dedicated yoga teachers where a variety of yoga styles flourish. Read More »

Dahn Yoga

202-393-2440 Dahn Yoga is a dynamic mind-body practice originating in Korea that combines stretching, flowing movement, deep PObreathing exercises and meditation in a simple and easy to learn format that focuses on the development of the body’s core strength as the basis of physical, mental, and spiritual health. Read More »

Buddha B Yoga

1115 U St, NW, Ste 202, DC 202-588-5885 Experience a place of refuge and a spiritual center where all are welcome! A Vegan Vinyasa yoga studio and JivaMukti™ Yoga Center Affiliate. Open 7 days a week and offering over 55 classes a week, including 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training. See ad, page [??]. Read More »

Beloved Yoga

12001 Sunrise Valley Dr, Reston Beloved Yoga embraces 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. One intention that you will find in all our classes is the philosophy of flow, integrating ... Read More »

Awaken My Heart Now

Silver Spring, MD 240-839-1661 Compassionate, supportive, and skilled, Shira combines acupressure and yogic meditation in individual/group sessions to cultivate a whole-being path to healing and growth. Read More »

Yoga and Grief

By Yael Flusberg Getting up the mojo to find your mat can be daunting on many days, but it ismission impossible in the midst of grieving the death of a loved one. There is no way to know how long grief will stay or when it will return. Just as often, grief shows up without warning. Grief is often unresolvedbecause ... Read More »

Welcome fall

I am not sure where the summer went, but looking back, it was a full and fun-filled three months of family, friends and travel. I hope each of you had a joy-filled summer. Even though I have no young ones at home to prepare for the first day of school, sporting new shoes, a special “first day” outfit and a ... Read More »

Kids and Family Yoga in DC: Nutrition for Body and Mind

by Grace Ogden Do you have children in your life? Doing yoga with them can be restorative and fun and, if you take a class, a way to make friends with other parents and kids. Add in the essential brain nutrition that yoga gives children and you can forever let go of any guilt about ditching housework for a family ... Read More »