It is hard for me to make recommendations because I have not visited yoga studios in Prince George’s County . But as I was researching yoga in the eastern suburbs, I began to realize how few venues are available and those that are opened need all the support that they can get. And yoga practitioners need help to find somewhere to practice.
I am being as generous as I can in defining Prince George’s country, but I do not include Annapolis, Columbia and Baltimore. Maybe, there will come a time when I’ll have to add Baltimore to the Greater Washington Metropolitan Region.
- Imagine – Yoga and Wellness Center, Bowie: yoga is just part of the offerings.
- Bikram Yoga Riverdale – just opened in September, 2013. Hot yoga comes to the east side.
- Yoga Space, Hyattville, offers Pilates and hatha/vinyasa yoga.
- Bee Yoga Fusion, Greenbelt, is a “mobile yoga studio providing on-site personalized yoga classes for adults and children, of all levels,” which means it does not have a permanent locale, but depends on other institutions to provide practice space. Gretchen Schock does kids yoga and teacher training, a podcast, a blog and other perks.
- Crofton Yoga, between Bowie and Anapolis. Yoga training: 200 and 300 hours following the curriculum of the Pranakriya School of Healing Yoga Arts.
- Spiritual Essence Yoga Wellness Center, Upper Marboro, includes Reiki, Thai Yoga, bodywork and other services. Teacher training.
- Renaissance Yoga, Tracy Landing, and other sites, a mobile service that uses space provided by other organizations.
- The Studio Cooperative, Waldorf, offers yoga, Pilates, ballet and movement.
- Joe’s Movement Emporium, Mt. Rainer, just over the line from Washington, DC, offers several styles of yoga, plus dance, Pilates, and Tai Chi.
Updated on November 20, 2013