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Welcome to Baltimore Yoga Village

Baltimore Yoga Village welcomes many special guests this season. Please join us for the AcroYoga Lunar Immersion, 5 day journey, with Jean-Jacques Gabriel and Katie Capano of Philadephia. They will teach us the Lunar arts of therapeutic partner “flight” and thai massage. Also join us for the special Yoga for Depression and Anxiety weekend with Joy Bennett, who will join us from Rhode Island. We are thrilled to partner with these guests to Baltimore to expand the possibilities of yoga ...

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6-10 Week Specialty Courses

View courses like Qigong, Chair Yoga, Introduction to Yoga, and more BYV specialties

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Class Schedule

View this week’s schedule for both our locations

Teacher Training

View details for Teacher Training classes offered at Baltimore Yoga Village

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The Birth Well

The Birth Well @ Baltimore Yoga Village offers a suite of services specifically designed to educate and support women on the birthing journey. We believe that peace begins with how babies are brought into the world and that women can have empowered and peaceful birthing experiences in the hospital or the home.

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Instructors

View a complete list of instructors at Baltimore Yoga Village

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Store

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Testimonials

Been going to BYV for years, after trying other places. It is an inviting atmosphere and offers just what I need; they offer a wide spectrum of approaches and teachers. I highly recommend this to anyone interested in yoga.Gayle A.
Amazing studio with instructors who are the real thing: careful and focused! – Anne K.Anne K. from yelp.com
“This is my favorite yoga studio. From the moment you step inside, whether it is the Mount Washington or Hampden location, you feel a sense of calm and peace”.Dara W.
Thanks so much for hosting today’s yoga event. I totally loved it! You can count on my return!NicoleChild First
The perfect yoga studio in Baltimore, Baltimore Yoga Village has five magical ingredients: 1) wonderfully comfortable, rustic airy space in an historic mill, 2) pure hatha yoga classes and a great selection of other styles and offerings, 3) beautiful Anjali Sunita, my teacher and studio founder, 4) ever-changing exhibits of original art-shows, 5) free parkingLeigh, Google Review
” I really feel like I’m thriving under Deborah’s guidance. Did I mention that I am a fan? She reads us a poem during our starting and ending meditations, and there’s just a thoughtfulness about her that is rare”.Al E. - Yelp.com
“I wanted to give you a tangible example of what yoga has brought to my life. Over the last few years, I had often turned to alcohol as a means of coping. Last night at work one of our patients was dying a very horrible death. I briefly considered stopping on the way home to buy some wine, as I had often done in the past. I decided instead to come home, take a long soothing warm shower, then roll out my mat and practice some yoga”.Karen, nurse practitioner
“I personally love BYV.  I’ve been going there on and off for maybe 5 years now and every teacher I have experienced has been very good or excellent… The owner takes the practice of yoga, its history, the intention, and spirit behind it very honestly. My experience is that they understand where yoga comes from and honor its past but still have a very modern approach.”Chris Y.
“I have only taken classes with Anjali, but she’s magic. Not only does she have possibly the most beautiful voice ever, she cultivates the most relaxing, supportive, non-competitive, spiritual vibe I have ever experienced in a yoga class”.Samantha G. from Yelp.com
“Yoga has helped to re-connect me with G-d and the universe in a new (old) way. and to reconnect with myself.The last few years of my life have been difficult-problems with children, a divorce, difficult relationships….I was mostly living in the world as a spiritual person in a worldly body-but was a little disconnected from both. Now I feel mostly happy, and the unhappy moments have a fullness, a flavor a beauty that connect them directly to WHAT Is…..not to elude or justify-but to move towards…K.K.