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6 Things that Happen When you Give

…to Project Yoga Richmond (6 Reasons for 6 Years!) Written by Communications and Studio Associate, Holly Zajur 1. You create community “The best thing about volunteering for Saturday Salutations is getting to meet all of the students who may be totally new to...
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GivingTuesday: Yoga for Every Body

We are thrilled to be featured on the official GivingTuesday blog to raise awareness about our movement to increase access to yoga! Learn more about why you should support Project Yoga Richmond on November 29 for GivingTuesday, the global day of giving by clicking the...
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6 Years at Project Yoga Richmond!

Written by PYR Ambassador Kim Catley Six years ago. That’s when a Facebook post brought together a group of people who believed in the power of yoga, and Project Yoga Richmond was born. Anniversaries give us a chance to reflect, on simple moments and major milestones,...
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Running Secret to Success: Yoga!

Interview with Runner’s Love Yoga founder, Ann Mazur Here at Project Yoga Richmond, we believe that taking care of yourself, takes care of your community. This fall, we are thrilled to be partnering with SportBackers for the Richmond Marathon on November 12th as...
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How is my Adventure to Kripalu helping you?

Written by PYR Ambassador Carolyn Keller It all began with an email from Dana Walters, co-founder of Project Yoga Richmond (PYR), inviting the PYR ambassadors to apply for a scholarship to attend the Kripalu Yoga In Schools (KYIS) teacher training. Being able to train...
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Seeds

Written by PYR Ambassador, Becky Eschenroeder I truly believe that everyone comes into your life for a reason. Call it cliché, but I do believe. Even when we don’t understand the behavior, thoughts, or actions of another, if we open our eyes (and our hearts) and look...
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Love YOUR Body

Written by PYR Student Erin Jenkins Can I be honest with you? When I saw this photo for the first time, over a year ago, I thought “Wow, I look horrible, my god.” But I immediately caught myself and remembered the love that was exchanged that day, in the...
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What’s Up With Our Funky Space?

Written by PYR Ambassador, Sara Lovelace I vividly remember the first time I walked into the PYR building on Dickens Place. I’d been invited by a friend, and the first thing she told me about the studio was that it was different. I had no idea what that meant, but...
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Saturday Salutations

Written by PYR Volunteer, Sara Anderson Imagine it’s Saturday morning and your alarm is going off at an oddly, early hour. Did you really mean to set it for a weekend morning? YES! Because it’s time to get ready to volunteer for Saturday Salutations with...
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What is “Acro” Yoga Anyway?

Written by PYR Ambassador, Kim Catley Maybe you’ve seen photos of people doing some acrobatic yoga and you’re wondering, what’s this class all about? Or maybe you’ve seen it on the schedule, and have wanted to try it, but you’re nervous to make the leap. We get it!...
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