Wellbeing for Every Body in Baltimore and Beyond
Baltimore Yoga Village is a health and wellness hub which markets and platforms practitioners in private practice. Highly trained and skilled professionals in yoga, community herbalism, meditation, pranayama, Ayurveda, psychology, and fitness form this platform, where you can find individualized sessions and online and in person group courses to fit the particulars of your daily schedule. We are not a yoga studio, but a network of practitioners offering a wide range of health and wellness services. Here you will find courses that catalyze physical, emotional, and spiritual transformation and seek to amplify local and international festivals, retreats, and high level trainings.
For teachers with a mission or signature course, if you would like to join this awesome network, email email@example.com.
For those looking for a home to practice, enjoy our site highlighting independently established practitioners, offering weekly classes, workshops, and signature courses, as well as affiliate wellness organizations below.
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Interested in Herbalism?
Wild Ginger Community Herbal Center is a gem that has turned 10 years old. For many years their programs have been based in Costa Rica and Maryland and now they currently work online. Learn about their many opportunities to learn from community based herbalists and educators.
For Wellness Entrepreneurs
The School of Soulful Abundance is a 16 week journey for visionary entrepreneurs to build the clarity, confidence, and strategy to get paid to do what they love. This is a program by Elyse Preston of BeMore Connected.
The Accessible Yoga Conference -- Registration now open!
REGISTER TODAY! Accessible Yoga Conference Online, October 14-17, 2021.
For Living Your Practice
Ayurveda (आयुवेद’) is one of the oldest natural healing systems in the planet, with roots on the Indian subcontinent. A sister science to yoga, it is both a preventative and healing medical science, which helps each individual move toward a state of total balance. In Ayurveda each person is treated as unique and the relationship between client and practitioner is sacred.
For Yoga Teachers and Anatomy Lovers
Yoga Anatomy Academy aims to uplift teachers and practitioners with a thoughtful, whole heart approach to teaching yoga anatomy. We love making complex, scientific information relevant to your body (and to your classes — if you teach).
“Every time I take class, I leave with something that helps me look at life differently. I have gotten stronger and more flexible post surgeries too.””
As I have told Anjali, Deborah and some of the other teachers I have encountered since re-starting my yoga practice after a 30 year hiatus, I am so happy and grateful…
Every time I go to class, I leave with something that helps me look at life differently. I have gotten stronger and more flexible post surgeries too.
“I find this comforting that teachers here are trying to learn about their students and create a class that speaks to each person involved.”
When you walk into a class here that you have never been to, the teacher introduces herself/himself and asks about your level of experience. I find this comforting that the teachers here are trying to learn about their students and create a class that speaks to each person involved.
Dear Anjali….I have taught workshops in many places but there was a wondrous atmosphere permeating the walls of your studio, and I can honestly say that your students were amongst the best, but even more than that you transferred a special energy that penetrated each one in the room
Baltimore Yoga Village is the best yoga studio in town… Every thing offered is centered around wellness, community, and joy.
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.
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… 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… a much better choice-thank… Read more
Me and my grandpa are loving yoga and we thank you nice peoples with our hearts.