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Yoga to the People is a yoga studio with the great ambition to make yoga available to everyone. What does this mean? It means that their yoga is donation based. Yoga to the People understands that there are a lot of people in New York who want to practice yoga regularly and in a public class setting but simply cannot afford to–

In a time where yoga as a business is getting a lot of attention, the fact that it is being priced out of many people’s reach is in direct conflict with what we consider to be the spirit of yoga itself…
There is a suggested donation of $10 a class. Suggested donation means that if you can put $10 in the box, please do. If you are not in a position to do so, contribute what you can. Nobody will be keeping track of individual donations.

Better yet, the yoga at Yoga to the People is a Power Vinyasa Flow inspired by Bryan Kest and taught by certified, experienced teachers for every level.

Classes are generally 1 hour. As mentioned above it’s a suggested $10 donation but mats rental and water are non negotiable, $2 and $1 respectively.

Located at 12 St. Marks Place (at 3rd Ave. ) 2nd Floor.

-Eliza

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Yoga Works is advertising two free classes in August. The first this Saturday, August 9 in their Eastside studio and the other on Saturday August 16 in their Westchester studio.  Also, if you’re new to the studio and sign up for their introductory rate of $30 for two weeks of unlimited yoga they are now throwing in a free one year subscription to Yoga Journal.

-Eliza

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All classes at YogaWorks Westside are free on Saturday, June 14th! That includes yoga and pilates! In exchange they’re asking yogis to make a donation of any denomination (as little as 5 cents) and 100% of proceeds from all classes will go to New York Cares. + Free Steve Ross Workshop available only to current YogaWorks members from 7-8. And the Steve Ross workshops 1x $40 or 2x for $75 are still on this weekend as well. See you all there!

-Eliza

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