Entries by Shayla DiTolla

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December Blog: Giving Back Through Yoga

Giving Back with Yoga  By Rosie Mulford “Giving” is a funny thing.  It is like an endless well that just keeps on flowing and filling no matter how much it is used.  The word “purna” in Sanskrit means full. But more than full.  My teacher describes “purna” as holding a glass under the tap and […]

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Benefits of Bringing a Friend to Yoga Class

One of the first yoga classes I ever attended was because a friend convinced me to go with her to help me deal with stress after a difficult day.  How many of us have tagged along with a friend to a yoga class and walked away grateful for the experience? Yoga is for the individual […]

Welcome New Instructor: Grace Keller

What is your favorite part about teaching yoga? My power class is a fun mix between Masculine and feminine energy. A celebration of the self through strong movement, community  and fun music. We will do some flows to build heat and strength by activating  the core with powerful poses, twists, balance and breath while having […]

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Angela Gorman Shares Her 200RYT Program Experience

By Angela Gorman “I had been wanting to get my 200 hour certification for a while but was very skeptical of doing it virtually. I was blown away by how well the instructors at AYC adapted the teacher training to the virtual world. They did a great job of making it feel like a community […]

COVID-19 Precaution Updates: Masks Required During Substantial Viral Spread

Dearest Beloved Yogis,   The health and safety of our community is of primary importance at AYC. As we have previously communicated, we will continue to remain open under the guidance and recommendations of the CDC and our state officials. In accordance with current CDC recommendations, AYC will require all guests, instructors, and staff to […]