Teaching and Community Building

Refresh Yoga 2020.100I’ve uploaded some of my hour-long classes on my YouTube Channel.  I give these to the community as service, but if you would like to make a donation after you take a class, you can do so on Venmo: @Meg-Artley.  Let me know which videos you like by giving me a thumbs up on the video.  Subscribe so that you can receive a notice about when I will be going live or putting up new videos for friends and colleagues.

I teach Slow Flow and Stretch at Sytera Yoga on Sundays at 11 am and Vinyasa Yoga on Tuesdays at noon.

I lead a Vinyasa 1/2 on Zoom Mondays at 1 pm. The price for this class is $12 a class if you purchase ten in advance or $15 for a drop in, payment can be made via Venmo @Meg-Artley. Once I receive payment, I will send you a Zoom link for the class.

I teach Gentle Movement and Guided Meditation on Thursdays at 1 pm for DC Around Town, administered by Iona Senior Services.

I conduct private instruction and small group workshops in person and on Zoom.  Please email me to discuss your needs and schedule. (Scroll to the bottom of this page to see past workshop offerings.)

At Refresh Yoga Center, Alexandria I am a lead trainer in the Yoga Teacher Training program —  (I’ve written about my experiences here.)

Contact me for information about private instruction, corporate training and/or about offering the following special workshops in your community:

Yoga 101 — a 2.5 hour introduction to vinyasa yoga for the complete beginner.

Yoga at the Wall — a 2 hour workshop for yogis with some practice who want the support, challenge and feedback of one of the best props we all have in our homes:  a wall.  Includes time to relax and restore in restorative postures at the end of instruction.

Introduction to Mindfulness — an hour long introduction to formal and informal practices of mindfulness.  Great for the workplace, faith or civic community.

Coming Into Our Own: Radical, Graceful Aging — three 2-hour long sessions to support women as they successfully surf challenges and joys of aging through the practice of yoga and meditation.  Participants develop their  own map for radical, graceful aging and find ease and comfort in body, mind and spirit.  Each of the three sessions includes time for discussion, reflection and movement and meditation. The final session includes a celebration of life and new-found friends — a real “happy hour!”

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