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Instructors: Peggy, Sohini and Arpana

Peggy, Sohini and Arpana have been certified as yoga instructors Level I with Yogi Gurudev Amrit Desai. Peggy is also certified in Yoga Nidra, an ancient meditation practice.

The Integrative Amrit Method (IAM) has been developed by world-renowned Yogi Master Gurudev Amrit Desai from Gujarat, India. He brought yoga to the west over 50 years ago. Gurudev founded Kripalu Yoga and has trained teachers throughout the world. The Amrit Method is a further refinement of the Kripalu ancient yogic practices that has been made even more accessible to all practitioners.

Amrit Yoga, also known as Posture of Consciousness, is a metaphor for life. It’s not about flexibility or fitness (although both may be benefits), it’s the authentic yoga for learning how to accept yourself as you are and how to be present with what is. It teaches how to dismantle reactive behaviors that make life a stressful struggle. It is an empowering program combining Hatha and Raja Yoga - active postures/asanas with dynamic stillness. You learn the real yoga, which is “union” and when you integrate mind, body, heart and spirit you enter the “zone.”  In this “zero stress zone” your life can be transformed into a joyful, effortless flow that restores your well being and improves your health. Each session may be from 60 to 90 minutes. 

CLASSES: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Sundays at 10:30 a.m.


Instructor: Marjorie

Marjorie has been practicing yoga since 2004. She has a Yoga Alliance 200hrs Certification.
She has trained with Yoga Master Sri Arun from Bangalore India, Power Yoga Master Paul Toliuszis from Miami Beach, Baptiste Yoga with Elizabeth Hunstman and Teri Leigh, advansed certified Jivamukti teacher Julie Kirkpatrick from Woodstock NY, Jiva Diva Alanna Kaivalya and many others.

Has also done workshops in Zen Meditation with Al Rapaport.

She teaches Hatha Yoga. Also Chair yoga available for those, that rather use a chair. 

"My passion is practicing different yoga styles, to me it's a gift that works both ways between student and teacher," says Marjorie.


Chair Yoga is good for people with limited mobility, travelers, seniors, office workers, and just about anyone that would benefits doing stretching on a sitting position; by doing a few of this poses, it will make a big change in your life.