221 West Walnut Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
(717) 466-YOGA (9642)
I’ve done yoga before, but always felt a little too inflexible to even enjoy the basic positions. I found this [Yoga on the Wall class] to be challenging, enjoyable, and really, really relaxing. Maybe it’s feeling supported and allowing my body weight to do the work or maybe it was the amazing instructor, but I really liked this and will definitely go back.
My first time for mediation and Yoga– loved the class and the positive energy from everyone! Great place to get in tune with yourself, meet new people with positive energy, and strike up new friendships!
Superb, diverse teaching, wonderful community, feels like home.
My favorite way to start the day with gifted, intuitive instructors in a lovely setting.
I have no background in anatomy, still I found the information presented [in 100-Hr Yoga Intensive course] interesting and essential in terms of experiencing myself/my body in true health/true alignment. Your supportive instruction gives me the confidence to really do yoga the way my body needs me to. I’m so grateful that you created such a healing approach to the practice of yoga, and it’s in my hometown!
Great variety of classes and workshops.
Friendly staff, solid teachers, and a fantastic space.
Diversity in lineage and tradition, plain, simple, authentic teaching from the heart with forethought and healthful intention.
WEY has been a bright spot in my life for over a year now. All of the teachers make every effort for all students to experience their highest level of wellness. The cueing in all classes provides me with an ongoing opportunity to refine my skills and deepen my body awareness. It’s as if each instructor is a tour guide for me in discovering my own body in a new way providing a deepening understanding of its function and alignment. I believe that any consistent attendance in WEY classes is a pe…
I have taken [yoga classes] from quite a few teachers over only 2 years. I want you to know that Natalie Bedouin’s class is by far amazing. She laughs, changes it up, is sincere, involves hugging your own musculature with kindness, and reads amazing poems. It’s super healing for me. Just want you to know I appreciate her sharing all that.
Natalie as a yogi and as a teacher straddles the line between structure and improvisation. In her practice she turns what would typically feel compulsory into an expression of joy. She is warm, she is tactile in nature, and she is radiant in her movement through space. Her chants and mantras are engaging and the entirety of the experience in her class leaves me fulfilled.