Yoga instructor and radio anchor Stephanie Gaines-Bryant teaches meditative yoga postures
About This Deal
- Yoga poses combine strength and elegance, much like an advanced suspension bridge or any grandmother. Yoga classes help the participants improve their stamina and flexibility as well as balance the body, mind, and spirit.
- Overview of classes offered:
- Pranakriya Yoga: classes focus on breathing, postures, and meditation. This type of yoga helps strengthen the body, mind, and spirit while increasing flexibility and balance.
- Vinyasa Flow: During the classes, participants are guided through a dynamic sequence of yoga poses linked to the breath. Classes help improve flexibility and strength while building mental focus.
- Power Yoga: Students fluidly move from one pose to the other, connecting breath and movement. Classes incorporate cardio, balance, strength, and flexibility-building exercises. They help improve students’ physical and mental stamina.
- Yin Yoga: During the classes, participants hold yoga poses for a prolonged period of time to promote relaxation, improve flexibility, and increase circulation in the joints.
- How customers participate: In-Person or via Zoom
- View the class schedule
- In-person classes are on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
About Radio Yogi Health and Fitness
When Stephanie Gaines-Bryant isn’t reporting the news for WTOP Radio or posing for photos with the station’s celebrity guests, she is likely teaching for her aptly named Radio Yogi Health and Fitness. Having completed Crofton Yoga’s 500-hour training program, she now specializes in pranakriya yoga’s gentle and meditative varieties. Both classes emphasize slow movements, deep breathing, and postures that should be held until a passerby mistakes you for a statue.