With everything going on now, this might be when you need yoga the most! Yoga District is offering several daily online yoga classes through Zoom. Connect with your community through a virtual practice and enjoy yoga together!
We understand that sometimes you decide to take a class last minute. Good news, last minute yoga is a real option! We have an automated service that sends the link to join your online class within moments of making a reservation. Read on to find out more.
Meet Toni, one of our teachers at Yoga District. Find out how her practice as a yogi emphasizes welcoming, accessibility, and connection. Learn what motivated her to become an instructor and how she shares yoga with the community.
“I consider the students in my class to be friends, including the ones who come for the first time.’”
Check out Toni’s current class offerings below and sign up here.
- Saturday, 12:30PM: Talking Pilates: Pilates and Conversation @ Online
Meet Jen, one of our teachers at Yoga District. Find out how her practice as a yogi and teacher empowers her students and her life. She offers a specific yoga pose that is very grounding during these challenging times.
“It’s a reminder to me that sometimes strength is subtle, and just standing in your own being is so powerful.’”
Check out Jen’s current class offerings below and sign up here.
Monday, 9:00PM: Restorative Yoga @ Online
Tuesday, 7:00AM: Powerful Flow (All Levels) @ Online
Thursday, 9:30PM: Restorative Yoga @ Online
Friday, 12:00PM: All Levels Flow @ Online
Saturday, 5:30PM: Restorative Yoga @ Online
Sunday, 10:00AM: Recharge: Energizing Flow and Sound Bath @ Online
Sunday, 4:00PM: Resting Meditation for Stress Relief @ Online
Sunday, 5:00PM: Meditative Flow (All Levels) @ Online
You enter a studio, take off your shoes, and step onto your mat. With a deep inhale and relaxing exhale, you begin your yoga class. Have you ever wondered why it’s customary to practice yoga barefoot? Or the reason you remove your shoes when entering a yoga studio?
Read on to learn about the cultural, practical, and physical reasons that yoga studios are shoeless.
Combat the chilly winter weather with a bowl of warm homemade soup!
The best part about this Hearty Vegetable Soup is both healthy and filling.
It is a family and friend favorite! It can be made vegetarian and gluten-free without jeopardizing the flavor or bite satisfaction.
Lentils are jam-packed with flavor and vitamins. This soup is perfect if you already know about the tastiness of lentils or are looking for an easy way to try them!
Try this Hearty Vegetable Soup recipe and stay warm
Meet Jason, one of our teachers at Yoga District. Learn how yoga transformed Jason’s relationship with running, and how he creates a welcoming environment for all of his students.
“Something that has always stuck with me: ‘Yoga makes everything else easier, and everything else makes yoga harder.’”
Check out Jason’s current class offerings below and sign up here.
- Saturday, 10:45AM: Sweaty Flow (All Levels) @ H Street
Meet Emily, one of our teachers at Yoga District. Read about her discovery of yoga, plans to challenge herself, and how she will grow her practice in the coming year.
“I encourage students to take what they need and leave the rest for another day.”
Check out Emily’s current class offerings below and sign up here.
You close your eyes and breathe in the smell of stuffing, mashed potatoes, and freshly baked cookies .
For people celebrating during the holiday season it can be a time of mixed emotions. With this in mind, Yoga District has compiled some mindfulness tips for dealing with holiday stress.
We hope that the following suggestions will guide you through peaceful holidays. You can practice them anytime, anywhere.
Looking for a dairy-free and vegan alternative for your Thanksgiving table?
Try this creamy vegan herb mashed potatoes recipe!
Mashed potatoes are such a traditional dish for the holiday and now everyone can enjoy them.
Meet Stacey, one of our teachers at Yoga District. She finds empowerment through self-love and trying new things in her
practice. Learn what four key lessons her yoga practice has taught her about herself and about life.
“It’s such an amazing feeling to know that you can travel across the globe and find your people in no time through the
practice of yoga.”
Check out Stacey’s current class offerings below and sign up here.
- Monday 6:35PM, Flow Yoga 1-2 @ Dupont
- Wednesday 12:30PM, Powerful Flow Yoga 1.5-3 @ Dupont
- Thursday 12:15PM, Flow Yoga (all levels) @ 14th Street
- Thursday 5:15PM, Flow Yoga 2-3 @ 14th Street
- Thursday 6:35PM, Flow + Yin (all levels) @ 14th Street
- Friday 12:30PM, Flow Yoga 1.5-3 @ H Street
- Saturday 10:15AM, Strong + Sweaty Flow Yoga 1.5-3 @ Dupont
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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The Yoga District 200 and 500 hour teacher training certification programs, registered by the Yoga Alliance are unique in their emphasis on diversity of teaching styles studied, personal attention, and trauma sensitive yoga. It's no coincidence that Yoga District is regularly voted the leading studio in the nation's capital, and that most of its classes are taught by graduates of its training program. As a full time yoga school, small group trainings are led up to eight times a year by a dedicated faculty including Jasmine Chehrazi, contributor to the Harvard Karma Yoga Project teacher training, teacher training faculty at George Washington University, Yoga Alliance Standards Committee Advisory Board Member, Yoga Activist Founder, and Yoga Service Council Advisory Board Member. So take your practice and community involvement to the next level by joining a training. There's a reason why our graduates call the training "transformative."
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