- $30 for 30 days of unlimited yoga classes ($90 value)
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Instructors free bodies from the stiffening of the corporeal bonds with nine types of yoga classes. Their beginner program focuses on gentle stretching and the incorporation of spirituality into exercise. They also offer more athletic classes, such as yogalates—a fusion of yoga and Pilates—and aerial yoga, the founder’s specialty. Aerial-yoga classes incorporate ceiling-suspended aerial silks that lend the body support and help practitioners deepen postures.
Yoga on York
While all of us spend each day moving, it takes an analytical awareness of self to become a movement expert like Jayne Bernasconi. The owner of Yoga on York leads a double live as dance faculty member at Towson University and an Aerial Dancer. She combined the aerial silks of her dance career with the asana of yoga, debuting her newly invented aerial yoga at the Aerial Dance Festival in Colorado in 2002. Her original creation represents but one of nine types of yoga taught at her studio, and stands alongside classic sequences, yoga and Pilates fusion classes, and yoga for kids.