- 7:45p Flow Yoga 1/2 @ Yoga District – I Street location (Foggy Bottom)
- 1p Flow Yoga 1/2 @ Yoga District - I Street location (Foggy Bottom)
- 6p Hot Yoga @ EPIC Yoga (Dupont Circle)
- 1:15p Flow Yoga 1/2 @ Yoga District – I Street location (Foggy Bottom)
- 6p Mixed Hot Flow @ EPIC Yoga (Dupont Circle)
- 2:45p Flow 1/2 @Yoga District - Dupont location
- 11a Ladies-Only Yoga @Yoga District - I Street location (Foggy Bottom)
- 6:30p Candlelight Flow @Yoga District Bloomingdale location
In sankskrit, the word “yoga” means “to yoke” or unite – whether this is uniting breath and movement; mind, body, and spirit; or the individual self with the universal Self. This is to say, that yoga is at its core an integrative practice in which we are all seekers, and meets us where we are.
- Improved flexibility
- Improved strength
- Improved balance and posture
- Stress reduction and increased ability to effectively manage stress
- Improved concentration and mood
- Improved circulation and heart health
Dahlia first found yoga as a more nurturing supplement to running. She found however that the more she practiced, the more she was drawn to the inclusive spiritual elements of the practice, and in particular the emphasis on awakening the sacred within. All yoga seeks to tap in, self heal, and transcend. By connecting to the flow of energy around and within us, we are able to live consciously and deliberately.
Dahlia teaches a soulful vinyasa flow where classes are both playful and cathartic. She seeks to create an atmosphere that allows students to channel their inner groove and, if they desire, to get downright goofy. Often working through mandalas or a circular practice, she utilizes deep assists, soulful tunes, and aromatherapy to create an emotionally and physically empowering experience for her students. She encourages her students to navigate through their chakras – the energy centers of the body – equipping them with the awareness to address their individual needs as yogis.