“Tension is who you think you should be, relaxation is who you are.” ~ Chinese Proverb
The Yoga Place was established in 2005 with a mission to offer yoga classes in a peaceful studio setting. Our approach is universal. Yoga should be for anyone seeking to improve physical, psychological and spiritual well-being. From the moment you step through the front door, you will feel the tranquil, calm energy of our peaceful studio. We have two beautiful rooms that are quiet, warm, and softly lit. We provide props such as blocks, blankets, straps, bolsters, and other aids to help you ease into your practice. Yoga mats are also available to borrow or purchase. We offer private yoga classes for those looking for one-on-one attention, yoga therapy for those with chronic pain, and special events and workshops. You can also browse our unique selection of books, CD’s, DVD’s, yoga props, netti pots, jewelry and other exclusive gifts.
Recently we have added Tai Chi to our program. We are fortunate to have Kathy Brubaker a trained and certified instructor on staff. (click here for more information)
Services Available at The Yoga Place
- Over 20 classes a week available in class cards or individual classes.
- Private yoga classes for those looking for one-on-one attention.
- Yoga therapy for those with chronic pain, special needs or seeking education or healing through the techniques and philosophy of Yoga.
- Embodyments from the Svaroopa style of yoga.
- Tai Chi
- Life Coaching
- Workshops and Special Events.
- Community Classes
Suzanne Accardo is the owner and director of The Yoga Place. She is a registered member of Yoga Alliance, holds a 500 hourYoga teacher certification from Yoga Life Institute, Wayne, Pa. and is a certified Life Coach with the International Coach Academy (ICA). Suzanne graduated from Boston University with a Master’s Degree in Education and has worked as a Family Life Educator. Suzanne is extremely passionate about the benefits of both yoga and life coaching and enjoys guiding others to discover “who they were meant to be”.