All Beings Yoga with Special Guest Saturday, May 2nd 9:30 AM EDT Mark your calendars! On Saturday, May 2nd, Massage therapist, Amy Baker LMT, will be our special guest. She will share some self-massage techniques - perfect lead up to Savasana! Formerly a professional...
Mark your calendars! On Tuesday, April 21st, Anita’s friend and fellow-yoga instructor, Vandana Sood-Giddings, will be her special guest during her ZOOM yoga session.
Hello dear friends,
During this time of social distancing, I am happy to offer live stream classes
on Zoom and Facebook Live.
In light of everything going on, All Beings Yoga has decided to offer all classes via Live Stream, so YOU can take class from the comfort of your home.
Saturday, February 29th is leap year day – it only happens once every 4 years. Yoga class will focus on ‘leaping’ with the yoga pose Hanumanasana.
Since 2019, All Beings Yoga has been working with people recovering from injuries, people with physical limitations and people of all sizes and body types. All Beings Yoga founder, Anita Haravon, makes yoga accessible by accommodating each student’s needs.
Since 2019, All Beings Yoga has been working with people recovering from injuries, people with physical limitations and people of all sizes and body types. Our goal is make yoga accessible to all.
A mini-retreat for reflection and renewal as we prepare to enter 2020. Join us for guided meditation, accessible yoga, journaling and reflection.
Thank you for being on this journey with me. People often ask me “What is the difference between your Private sessions and your Group sessions and which one should I do?”…
All Beings Yoga Gift Certificates available for the Holidays!
It’s the perfect gift for you or your friends & family to practice yoga with balance and care!
Available for a boutique yoga class or a private session!
Join us on Halloween for – ZOMBIE YOGA – A beginner accessible yoga class with a Halloween theme. Bring your friends! All are welcome! Refreshments provided!
The teachings and benefits of yoga are accessible to all. It is not exclusively for the privileged and able-bodied. This past weekend, I was thrilled to lead a class at the Accessible Yoga Conference, whose members are striving to create a yoga community that is equitable and accessible to all.