At Nyack Yoga we believe that the physical, spiritual and mental benefits of Yoga are indispensable tools for navigating the stresses of a modern 21st century life. That through the practice of Yoga, breathing techniques, meditation and mindfulness one can achieve balance, ease and openness in both body and mind. We believe these benefits of Yoga are available to all people regardless of prior experience or physical abilities, and that each persons yoga practice is their own personal path to health and wellness. To facilitate this, we offer classes and workshops of all levels and types of yoga, in an atmosphere of inclusion and acceptance, free from judgement, with space and support for every level and type of practitioner. Our diverse and welcoming community attests to this. Nyack Yoga’s spacious and inviting studio is located in the heart of Nyack with free parking onsite and handicap accessibility.



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Happy Hour Yoga

Happy Hour Yoga: A weekly class every Friday  from 6:30 – 7:45 pm with a rotating teacher and theme. All levels welcome

This Friday, October 12, join Laura  flowing into the weekend focusing on the Niyama of Tapas.  Register for Class  

Floating Meditation

Join Us For Floating Meditation on the first Tuesday every month!

Float above the floor in an aerial hammock, feeling supported and light as you drift into spaciousness being guided by our teachers through a 30 minute meditation.

Our next meditation is Tuesday, November 6. 7:30 – 8:00 pm with Jessica Hans-Smolin

Register for Floating Meditation $10.

*Monthly Members please note that this event is not included in membership.

Yoga Lab
Join Us the Third Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm for Yoga Lab!

Yoga Lab is a place where you can experiment, ask questions and learn how to refine your postures and alignment, deepen your practice and go further into the practice of yoga. This class will have a different topic each month and will be held the third Tuesday of every month. 

Our next YogaLab is with Erina Naemit on Tuesday, October 16 focusing on hip openers!

Register for October’s YogaLab


Nyack Yoga AerialAerial Yoga takes traditional yoga and lifts it off the ground and into the air through the use of  silk hammocks suspended from the ceiling. The same as used in aerial acrobatics. In this way, many traditional poses , such as backbends or inversions become supported and more accessible to the yoga practitioner. At the same time, spinal compression is alleviated in many poses, freeing the neck and spine to elongate in a way not possible in “grounded” yoga. Inversions, such as headstand, which compress the spinal column are now able to be done hanging from the hammock using gravity to elongate the spine rather than compress it. With the weight of the body fully or partially supported by the hammock, space is naturally created with little effort. This facilitates a greater opening in the body and and a full surrender in the posture. Along with these benefits of spinal decompression, aerial yoga can also help… READ MORE


How To Make Your Crow Fly! with Jessica Hans-Smolin

October 13. 3:00 – 5:00 pm

Jessica Hans-Smolin

Bakasana (Crow Pose) is a primary arm balancing posture that builds strength, balance and focus. In this shape we are asked to put our faith in our hands, arms and chest to carry the weight of our torso and legs, which for some can be intimidating some and for others outright baffling.

In this workshop students can expect to receive clear and tangible steps to access Crow from a safe and empowered space.

There is something for everyone in this workshop. Students at all levels of the practice are welcome.

$30 Pre-Registration / $40 At the Door REGISTER

Back Bending with Tim Miller

October 27. 2:30 – 4:30 pm

Back Bending with Tim Miller

As we approach the cooler seasons, therein lies shorter days, and perhaps some melancholy states of mind. Back-bending can be an incredibly heart-opening, warming and invigorating practice.

The health benefits include improved circulation and an overall sense of lightness and well-being. However, there can be a lot of pain and a risk of serious injury if one’s approach lacks the foundational awareness and stability needed to achieve these types of asanas.

Approaching many of the asanas is like entering a hot bath of water, it’s wiser to enter those waters gradually, rather than just jumping into them. Having a healthy back is such an important part of how we operate in this world. And if you’ve ever experienced a back injury or pain, you know first hand how disruptive that can be in one’s life.

Let’s explore the wonders and benefits of back bending. Tim will guide you and offer tips and tools for increased knowledge and awareness for this heart opening workshop.

$30 Pre-Registration / $40 At the Door REGISTER


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