Autumn Lion

There will be *no class*
in Cheverly the week of Thanksgiving,
Nov 20 and 22.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Free Your Fascia: Hips, Legs & Feet

Dec 3, 1:30-3:30pm, Yoga Center of Columbia, $30
with Kelly Fisher

Do you feel stiff when you wake up in the morning? In this workshop we will combine yoga asana and therapeutic stretches to support the good health of your fascia, the soft connective tissue in your body. This class is best for practitioners of yoga 1 or higher. More information is here.

Winter Solstice Kirtan

Dec 17, 2-4pm, Yoga Center of Columbia, $20
with Kelly Fisher and Michael Levin

Come celebrate this sacred time of year with yoga, deep relaxation, and song. Enjoy a yoga practice, then some bhakti yoga, known as kirtan, a musical way to get in touch with your inner spirit. No yoga or musical experience necessary. More information is here.

Deepen Your Practice

Beginning in January 2018
Introducing two opportunities to deepen your yoga experience: Yoga Immersion or Yoga Teacher Training! More information is here.

Spring LotusFall 2017 Yoga In Cheverly

Fall yoga classes run Sept 11-Dec 20, 14 weeks. Details on schedule and pricing are available here.

Drop in to a single class at any time or sign up for the entire session. Please send me an email to secure your space if you are registering for the session.
Drop-ins are always welcome for $17 per class.


Kelly Fisher is a certified Yoga Therapist, CIAYT, Ayurvedic Specialist, AYS, and yoga teacher, E-RYT 500 in the Washington, DC area. She mentors yoga teachers and teacher trainees. She is an adjunct in yoga teacher training programs, leads workshops and retreats, and has taught in such diverse places as NPR, the Freer and Sackler Galleries, and the Supreme Court. Private or group classes available in yoga, meditation, ayurveda, or yoga therapeutics.

Learn more about Kelly.


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