Good for one Yoga class
Yoga Classes need to be taken within 2 months of activation. No commitment.
Does not include workshops
Unlimited Yoga Valid for 30 Days from date of activation. Does not include workshops.
6 month commitment– Autobilled each month. can cancel anytime after 6 month commitment. Unlimited Yoga Does not include workshops.
One time only offer, New Students Only
Expires 2 weeks from activation. Does not include workshops. Cannot be combined with Beginner Monthly
Valid only for High School and College Students
Does not include workshops. ID Required
The class starts with a gentle warm-up, followed by standing postures that increase stamina and tone muscles. The focus is on proper alignment and breath control. The class is easy on the joints and great for beginners. It ends with stretches, meditation, and relaxation exercises.
** Class is appropriate for beginners
This hip-opening class that is suitable for all levels. The pace of this class is slow to allow for maximum stretching without any weight-bearing postures. By opening up the hips, you can alleviate back pain, increase circulation, improve flexibility and range of movement in the hips, legs, and back, and reduce stress. This class is perfect for releasing the stress that we tend to hold in our hips. After this class, you will undoubtedly feel the benefits!
** Class is appropriate for beginners
This class offers ample time for you to feel comfortable and at ease in each posture. The emphasis of the session is on breathing, helping you to cultivate a sense of gratitude and awareness in the present moment. The class concludes with seated stretches, meditation, and relaxation, all designed to help you feel refreshed and recharged. Please keep in mind that prior experience is required for this class, which will ensure that you get the most out of your practice.
For those new to yoga, it is recommend trying Gentle, Hatha, or Yin first.
This is the Next Step after Grateful Flow , this is a yoga class suitable for those with yoga experience. The class offers a slower-paced flow to counteract the fast-paced life outside of your mat. You will hold poses longer, taking several rounds of breath in each posture, to build strength and develop mindfulness. The class emphasizes peace and calm in your body and mind, making it an excellent choice for deepening your yoga practice.
For those new to yoga, it is recommended trying Gentle, Hatha, or Yin first
If you're an experienced yogi, this class is perfect for you. Throughout the session, you'll be guided through a carefully crafted and creative sequence of yoga poses, including sun salutations, standing poses, backbends, forward bends, balances, and twists. The poses will offer modifications to meet specific needs and abilities, ensuring that you can get the most out of the class.
To help you unwind, the class will conclude with a series of stretches that focus on releasing any tension in your body. Finally, the class will end with a period of rest and reflection, giving you the chance to fully absorb the benefits of your practice.
For those new to yoga, it is recommended to try Gentle, Hatha, or Yin first
Vinyasa Flow is a style of yoga that links breath with movement and focuses on creating a continuous flow of poses. This practice is perfect for experienced yogis. In Vinyasa Flow classes, you'll move through a series of sun salutations, standing postures, and intermediate inversions that require strength, balance, and concentration. These classes are faster-paced and emphasize the connection between breath and movement. With regular practice, Vinyasa Flow can help you build strength, flexibility, and endurance while reducing stress and improving overall health.
For those brand to yoga, it is recommend trying Gentle, Hatha, or Yin first
In this class, we'll guide you through gentle movements and meditation techniques that can help you achieve a sense of calm and balance. Our aim is to empower you to take charge of your mental and physical health, no matter your experience level. Through various types of meditation, such as mindful meditation, loving-kindness meditation, guided visualizations, and journaling, we hope to equip you with the tools to manage stress and anxiety and foster a positive mindset.
**Class is appropriate for beginners
Yin Yoga is a form of yoga that is known for its calming and soothing effects. It is all about taking it slow and getting comfortable. You hold seated or lying down positions for an equal amount of time on each side, with the help of props for support. This type of yoga is great for stretching your muscles and tissues, as well as releasing any tension in your body. In addition, it can help you focus on your breath, stay present in the moment, and work through any challenges that arise. Overall, Yin Yoga is an excellent way to relax and unwind.
** Class is appropriate for beginners
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I grew up in East Northport and started practicing yoga in high school. Even when I moved to the city for work, I continued to study and practice yoga. In 2006, I received my 200 Hour Yoga Certificate from Yoga Works NYC after training with renowned instructors Jodie Rufty, Jenny Arthur, and Alan Finger.
In the years that followed, I began teaching yoga and honed my skills by pursuing the 500 Hour Teaching Certificate from Yoga Sutra NYC in 2010. The program was led by a team of accomplished trainers, including Guta Hedewig, Jill Cammera, Edwin Bryant, Chase Bossart, and Adrienne Burke, all of whom helped me to fine-tune my skills and develop a deeper understanding of yoga. Additionally, I have had the privilege of studying under Jason Crandell, Srivatsa Ramaswami, Rodeny Yee and Todd Norian, all of whom have been instrumental in my development as a yoga instructor.
Since returning to East Northport in 2011, I have been teaching yoga locally and privately. I am proficient in Vinyasa, Hatha, Alignment, and Classical Methods in the Krishnamacharya lineage. I take pride in my ability to teach anatomy-based alignment and creative vinyasa flow, and I am grateful to have had the support of Pamela Shannon, who encouraged me to pursue teaching in the early 2000s.
As a lifelong student and practitioner of yoga, I have always aspired to have my own studio in which I could share my love and knowledge of yoga with others. I am thrilled to finally have a studio in my hometown of East Northport, and I look forward to creating a community of like-minded individuals who are passionate about yoga and its many benefits.
Vanessa took her first yoga class in 2005 and she fell in love with the practice in that first savasana. Overwhelmed with an intense feeling of contentment as her super busy mind slowed and was quiet. Vanessa believes yoga is for every body, you can find her on the mat sharing yoga with students of all ages. Vanessa is a RYT-500, a R-CYT and a Certified YogaKids Teacher and Trainer. Teaching yoga to both children and adults has become her life’s passion. She is honored and blessed to share mindfulness, asana and fun during all of her classes.
A loving mother of two beautiful girls, Christina Prodromakis fell in love with yoga in 2004. She has practiced numerous forms of Hatha Yoga including Anusara and Vinyasa with respected teachers such as Noah Maze, Sean Corn, Sue Elkin, Naime Jezzeny and Bryan Kest. Between 2001 and 2012, Christina completed over 100 hours of Anusara training with Ashleigh Sergeant and 200 hour teacher training through Yoga Works. She has also completed 30 hours of Restorative and Trauma based Yoga with Annie Piper. Christina's love for teaching yoga comes from her extensive knowledge of yoga and passion to teach.
RYT 200, RYT 500My mission is to share the passion and dedication of my yoga practice and help you achieve your physical and life goals. Prior to his discovery of Ashtanga yoga 6 years ago, Mark studied Tibetan Lama Pai and Choy Li Fut Kung Fu for 11 years and received his black belt in 1999. A former college pitcher, he has spent his entire life training his body by weight lifting, cross fit, running and eating healthy (aspiring flexitarian), all of which influence his energizing and engaging style of teaching. Find Mark on instagram @yogimark1
Brooke received her certification from Sonic Yoga in Manhattan. With a background in Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, Brooke creates a class that merges physical asana poses with pranayama and meditation. Brooke grew up in the fitness world as a dancer and this background has helped her to create fun and enticing sequences. Brooke’s goal is to give her students a safe space to flow, explore breathe, and tap into a more peaceful mindset.
For over 10 years, Ashley has been a devoted practitioner of yoga. In December 2019, she completed her 200 hours of training with Yoga Life in Port Washington. Ashley is passionate about sharing her knowledge and offers gentle meditation and Vinyasa classes that aim to foster a deeper understanding and connection to the breath, mind, and body. She creates a peaceful and supportive environment that encourages students of all levels to explore and grow in their practice.
Where Yoga and Community Meet.
Your Yoga Place is accessible and welcoming to every BODY. Our mission is to provide accessible and creative yoga. This is a place geared to not only strengthen and connect to the body and mind but also to each other in the community.
Office Hours: There is someone at the studio during class times. If you are stopping by in between class times, please call ahead to make sure we will be there to help you. You can also email us by clicking the link below
58 Larkfield Road, East Northport, New York 11731, United States
*Street parking is available . There are also municipal parking lots which can be accessed between 9th & 10th Avenues off of Larkfield Road.
* Please bring a mat with you. All other props are provided
*Please do not arrive more than 15 minutes before scheduled class time.
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