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Beginning Friday, December 1st – Enjoy Month Long Savings!

All of December take 15% off of our 5, 10, and 15 class packages and 15% off all boutique items.

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Purchase up to 2 packages per person not including additional packages purchased for gifts!



  • I Am Enough Fri. Jan 19th 7:30-9p

    Prana Yoga is Proud to Present
    I Am Enough
    Presented by Meryl Hayton
    Fri, Jan 19th/ 7-9:30pm
    Do you feel frustrated and angry sometimes and not know why?
    Are you unhappy with your relationship? Do you feel stuck at your job? Have you struggled with weight loss?
    If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions then this is the workshop for you!!
    Your mind has over 60,000 thoughts running through it each day, most of them negative. These thoughts keep you from discovering your true self – the self that is health on all levels.
    In this workshop you will learn:
    How to use the breath for healing
    Reduce stress and anxiety
    Improve body image
    Enhance wellbeing
    •Experience a guided meditation on loving yourself and heal negative thoughts
    • Learn how to change from a negative mindset to a positive one
    • learn how to create infinite possibilities in your life.
    You will flow through an ‘I am enough’ themed Gentle Beginner Yoga Class to help ignite your spirit.Your Host: Meryl Hayton
    Through careful encouragement she’ll guide you to find self-acceptance. She’ll help you develop a physical and mental practice to incorporate patience in your daily lives. In the end, you’ll be able to foster the wisdom to discover stillness of the mind in order to achieve balance and harmony in your bodies. Meryl is a 500RYT in Vinyasa and Practical Yoga Therapy. She is also certified in Yoga for Common Injuries and Limitations, Chair Yoga, and Meditation.
  • enLIGHTenment: Igniting the Candle Within with Roxanna Kopp Smith February 3rd and 4th, 2018 1-5p

  • The Fully Valued Educator: A 6 Week Series with John Grund January 4, 11, 18, 25 and February 1 and 8
    “Self-care is never a selfish act – it is simply good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on the earth to offer others.”
    Parker J. Palmer
    The Fully Valued Educator
    6 Week Series
    January 4,11, 18, 25 February 1 and 8
    4:00- 5:30pm
    The fully valued educator is a six week mindfulness based workshop specifically designed for educators with the intention of inculcating the practices of mindfulness and self-care. Even though teaching is rewarding, it is often difficult and undervalued in our society. Within the first five years of teaching between 40-50% of all new teachers decide to leave. Education is in a serious crisis because people enrolling in teacher preparation programs are not finding the value they need in their profession from the start. A 2016 poll found that nearly three-quarters of Americans believe teachers are profoundly undervalued in terms of how they are treated and supported. This training will help educators develop self-care strategies and develop a community of support based on the Full Value Commitment (FVC was created by Project Adventure Inc). The FVC consists of six guiding principles that teach and promote stress reduction, awareness, emotional intelligence, self-compassion, empathy, and compassion. The program’s main approach will explore and encourage the development of Mindfulness. Mindfulness is the deliberate, investigative form of awareness that can offer individuals a way to come off “auto-pilot.” This practice will assist in developing a more genuine and authentic connection with your self and others and be the entry into other self-care practices. Participants will experience these scientifically proven and life changing practices through activity, reflection, and discussion.
    John Grund LCSW, is a psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher, Project Adventure trainer and recovering educator. He has been providing counseling and social emotional learning services and trainings for over 30 years in NJ public and private schools. He received his Masters in Clinical Social Work from NYU and has had a variety of post graduate trainings in mindfulness, meditation and contemplative psychotherapy. John has facilitated training groups in education, corporate, military, and counseling settings.
  • Introduction to Yoga 4 Week Series with Bill Amos 2 sessions: January and February
    Never stepped on a yoga mat before? Then this class is for you!
    Join Bill Amos as he introduces the basic poses and alignment of yoga!
    This class is limited to 12 people in order to provide a more personalized intro to your yoga practice.
    If interested, please register through our website online or by calling the studio.
    First Session: Wednesday evenings January 3, 10, 17, & 24 7:30-8:45p
    Second Session: Wednesday evenings January 3, 10, 17, & 24 7:30-8:45p
    All 4 weeks $65
    All 4 weeks plus a new basic yoga mat $80


A therapeutic and soothing approach to the yoga practice. Meditative, with a focus on utilizing various breathing techniques, the practitioner learns to gently open the body. Learn more


This therapeutic class is tailored for those who would like to slow down, de-stress, and heal whether it be from an illness or injury, or simply from the stresses of daily life. Learn more


Beginner yoga is suitable for both the first time student and any student interested in becoming further rooted in the basics of yoga. Learn more


Open level class are suitable for everyone, although they will not have as extensive instructions for the first time beginner student. Many classes offer more advanced options (as well as arm balances and inversions) for the more experienced practitioner as well as modifications for those who are newer students or are recovering from injury. Learn more


Intermediate classes are for yoga students who have a well established practice, have some experience with inversions and have a familiarity with the Sanskrit names of the postures. Although there will be alignment instructions, the intermediate classes will not have as extensive basic instructions as a foundation of the practice will be assumed. Learn more


Pilates workouts focus first on developing strength through the core of the body–the back, abdomen and hips. This provides a foundation to continue working the rest of the body. Previous experience not required. All levels welcome. Learn more

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