Student Community and Feedback

Jan 29, 2011   //   by admin   //   Community  //  3 Comments

for facebook kitteh 300x207 Student Community and FeedbackYoga District studios are by the community, for the community. The studios improve and grow with your constructive feedback. We re-energize and motivate with your kind words. Check out past feedback below, and please offer any new feedback you have in the comment form belowor by emailing us.  Thanks for your support!

“…Teachers as dedicated as any in Washington… [with] classes costing about half what many studios in the city charge” (Washington Post, May 9, 2008)

…Nonprofit studio Yoga District is one of the main forces behind the “yoga activist” outreach effort in the area (Washington Post’s front page, Aug. 6th, 2009)

Highest-rated yoga studio in Washington DC on yelp.com for over a year.

Rated “Best Yoga Studio”” and “Best New Yoga Studio” in the Washington City Paper’s “Best Of” (2010)

Yelp Reviews…

“I really like Yoga District. It is a great little neighborhoody place. The mission is affordable, eco-friendly yoga. The space is beautiful. The classes are challenging.  Basically, it is a little garden of yoga Eden. Check it out, your first 3 classes are $10… So good.”

“I would seriously give this place ten stars if yelp would let me… Until next time Yoga District. I miss you.”

“I found Yoga District on Yelp after searching fruitlessly for a yoga studio I could afford. Not only is it affordable, they have [three] studios and you can go to either. All I want is good instruction in a positive atmosphere–the old wooden floors and simple rooms are perfect–without all that crap I don’t want to pay for anyway like bright lights, new construction, consumerist junk, and fake spirituality parsed out to the highest bidder. …haven’t even tried out all the great instructors yet, so I”ll be coming back!”

“I think the only reason this place has so few reviews is because we’re all afraid to let our little secret out.  This place is awesome.”

“definitely one of the best studios i’ve been to. …teachers are all incredibly friendly, helpful and hands on… i love love love this place. completely affordable, work hard to be environmentally friendly and just a hidden gem…”

“Go there! The young turks of the DC yoga scene are bringing $10 classes to… yogis in the city. Two locations on Dupont Circle and T at14th, this is the the place to be. With all the overpriced and overhyped yoga studios in town, Yoga District has managed to hit the sweet spot. Hip, affordable and with a sense of humor.”

More Reviews

“Yoga District is one cool little studio… The most interesting and valuable part of this class was the instructor [Amy Dara]… extremely knowledgeable, thoughtful, and comprehensive in her teaching script and her technique…” – Blog YogaNat.com

3 Comments

  • I’m a yoga newbie. I have judgement on my own ability; enough to mitigate the experience of a good teacher able to engender bravery with kindness. I’ve been practicing in such a welcoming space for a while, but found myself with Sean, a challenging teacher, but one so deliberate and thoughtful, that he’s one of the most inspirational practitioners to inspire my effort. I’m very grateful to the space, the instructors, and the heart that’s motivated the mission, Having practiced in a few cities, my honesty stays where I’ve felt so welcome.

  • You should have a section of the website – or maybe on the blog – where the YD teachers can volunteer to share the names of artists and songs currently on their class playlists. After hearing the songs time and again, I’d love to listen to some of them at home, but I don’t always know the names of the songs(particularly the ones that involve chanting or are chant remixes). Such a page would be appreciated!

  • In a city that can sometimes focus on the ephemeral and superficial, Yoga District is an authentic and deeply embedded place of practice and self-development. Thing is, you can join YD and develop your practice as your playground, your meditation place, your training focus, whatever. YD was for me -while I lived in DC- a place of great physical, mental and community solace. It’s kinda looking at the Potomac from a bridge in the sunset: one wonders what would DC be without it. Keep up the good work, the engagement with the community and the good spirits! Whatever accolades you receive, you have certainly earned them.

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The diverse family of DC yoga teachers at Yoga District are dedicated to making yoga accessible to everyone through a huge variety of yoga class types, from vinyasa flow to restorative and beyond. Most Yoga District teachers are graduates of Yoga District’s nationally-attended 200 hour teacher training program. All Yoga District classes focus on coordinating breath with body movement to promote flexibility, strength, and peace of mind. We strongly believe in yoga as therapy, so catch one of our classes whenever you need a healthy dose of self-care.
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