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Strengthen and tone your body while you calm and quiet your mind in our vigorous, flowing classes.
Ashtanga yoga is built around a vigorous, flowing sequence of postures that strengthens and tones the body while quieting and focusing the mind. The breath plays an integral role in the practice.
The postures in the Ashtanga series access all the body’s major muscle groups and develop strength and stamina. Ashtanga yoga leaves us stronger, more confident and more focused.
Yoga With Spirit’s Creative Series are built on the foundation of Ashtanga’s primary series. Classes might focus on hips, or balancing postures, upper body strength, or inversions and so forth.
As in all our classes, our Creative Series are designed to be accessible to all skill levels.
For more info about our classes, read our FAQs.
In our intimate setting and warm, supportive community you'll receive individualized instruction and hands-on guidance.
Ashtanga Primary or Intermediate Series
This class on summer hiatus until 9/3/2019
Beginner's Yoga (by donation)
St. David's Episcopal Church
Rise and Shine Yoga!
Abbreviated Ashtanga Primary or Creative Series
Abbreviated Ashtanga Primary Series
Ashtanga Primary or Intermediate Series
Free, Family-Friendly Yoga Classes
Mondays Dec 16, Jan 13, Feb 10 & Mar 9
Hosted at the Radnor Memorial Library
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Class Passes are a great way to save money and commit to a regular practice. We offer a 10-Class Pass, 5-Class Pass and Drop-In, as well as student rates for all our classes
Amy has a unique gift...
“I love Yoga with Spirit classes for the studio’s intimate setting and Amy’s ability to be skilled, knowledgeable and approachable. Amy’s ability to reach and challenge students of all levels in her classes keeps me coming back! She has a unique gift of getting to know all her students and help them to grow as yoga students. I would recommend Amy’s Yoga with Spirit classes to anyone looking to begin their journey into yoga.” — Patty
Online Master Class
Explore yourself — your inner workings, your habits, your beliefs and your desires — in this life-changing series of online classes
We have a FREE 20-minute yoga video and a full primary series video available to purchase, so you can practice in the comfort of your own home
Why do you call it Yoga With Spirit?
Because I want to emphasize that yoga is not simply a physical practice even though that is the most visible aspect of it here in the US. Yoga is first and foremost a tool designed to draw people to live more spiritual lives. As it turns out, living with awareness of our spiritual natures leads to more contented, peaceful lives – nice side effects for any of us!
Am I too stiff/young/old/fat (you choose the adjective) to do yoga?
Absolutely not! At the very core of my beliefs as a yoga teachers is the belief that yoga is for everybody and every body. I teach modifications for every single posture. No matter your “issue,” I guarantee that I’ve taught someone (again, you choose here) stiffer, younger, older, fatter, or more whatever than you!
Do I have to know what I'm doing to come to a Yoga With Spirit class?
While I’m more than happy to provide a private session for your first yoga class, that really isn’t necessary. We have new students in class all the time. I will say that it takes a few classes to start to feel comfortable with the practice, so set your expectations accordingly. Just come follow along! Our warm, supportive community will make you feel welcome and safe. Soon enough you’ll be one of the people our next new student is following!
Why should I come to Yoga With Spirit classes rather than the classes at my gym?
Well, that depends on who is teaching at your gym. There are a lot of great teachers out there in a lot of gyms. That being said, most of the yoga taught in gyms is focused primarily on the postures. I firmly believe that yoga is much more than physical exercise and try to touch on some of the mental and spiritual aspects of the practice in every class. Additionally, because I keep my classes on the small side, I am able to offer a level of individualized attention and direction that you can’t find in many classes.
Do I have to attend Yoga With Spirit classes regularly to benefit from them?
How you define “regularly” tends to vary wildly from person to person. I encourage students to get on their mats at least once a week. This allows the body to continue opening and stretching without contracting too much between classes. Many of our students do commit to coming to class once a week. Some of our students practice more than this. Some of our students come less often — coming to class when they can fit it into their schedules. I think all my students would agree that they always benefit from attending a class — no matter how long it has been since their last one!
Do I have to be religious to benefit from Yoga With Spirit classes?
No. Through yoga we explore our higher selves and how we fit into the world around us. For many of us, this leads to a deepened connection to “something greater” than ourselves. Some people view this “something greater” as God. Some view it as “Spirit.” Some see it as simply the interconnectedness of this world. Your views and beliefs are yours alone. Yoga With Spirit is here to inspire you to explore these beliefs more deeply.
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