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“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.”
“Baltimore Yoga Village is the best studio in town. There is an authenticity that cannot be matched.”
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 parking
Anjali’s studio has good energy and the people were very friendly – very good experience
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.
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.
It’s hard to imagine the orchestration that must go into scheduling and delivering the variety of events from meditation to yoga, Kirtan chanting, teacher training, dance medicine, special guest workshops, community potlucks, and more – that Baltimore Yoga Village offers at two locations, but somehow the staff pulls it off seamlessly.
Amazing studio with instructors who are the real thing: careful and focused! – Anne K.
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…
I have experienced five current teachers from BYV so far and not once had an experience that was below a rating of “excellent”. I don’t mean just competent, passable, skilled, technically proficient, and able to communicate yoga philosophy and inspiration. I don’t just mean able to assess and adapt to the needs of new and disabled students. I mean excellent, outsanding, inspiring, imparting life-c…