Yoga Classes

 Yoga Classes at The Yoga Studio

Pre-registration is recommended for most classes. Walk-ins are welcome and encouraged, space permitting, at $18/class. Contact individual instructors for more information.

Classes are open to everyone including beginners. It is recommended that you contact the teacher for the exact dates and costs.


Yoga for Every Body

Svaroopa® yoga – a deep and gentle practice for your body and mind. Discover the difference

With Brenda Benna, RYT 500    (301-631-2936 ext 250)

  • 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
  • Starts September 16 and runs through fall
  • $120 for for 8 weeks
  • $60 4-week class card
  • $18 drop-in

Private Yoga Therapy

 Private one-hour sessions to address physical issues or to learn more about yoga

With Brenda Benna, RYT 500  (301-631-2936 ext 250)

  • Private sessions concentrate on developing a home practice with an emphasis on poses that increase strength and flexibility.
  • Yoga therapy is offered as a complimentary support for those suffering from arthritis, asthma, back and neck pain, and many  of the ills of modern life including stress and anxiety.
  • By appointment only, availability on Mondays and Wednesday evenings
  • 1 hour session – $45
  • Call 301-695-6511 or
  • email


Walk-ins are welcome, space permitting, at $18 for a single class. We encourage anyone to come try a class. Please feel free to contact Brenda for more information or concerns.

If you are interested but still unsure and would prefer a more private introduction to yoga, please let us know. Brenda and Kathy offer private classes and yoga therapy.


About Yoga

Yoga is a complete science of life that originated in India many thousands of years ago. It is the oldest system of personal development in the world encompassing the entire body, mind and spirit. It is the union between a person’s own consciousness and the universal consciousness.

The Ancient Yogis had a profound understanding of man’s essential nature and of what he needs to live in harmony with himself and his environment. They perceived the physical body as a vehicle, with the mind as driver, the soul as man’s true identity, and action, emotion and intelligence as the three forces which pull the body-vehicle. In order for these to be integrated, these three forces must be in balance.

Taking into account the interrelationship between body and mind, the Yogis formulated a unique method for maintaining this balance – a method that combines all the movements you need for physical health with the Breathing and Meditation techniques that ensure peace of mind.



Yoga for Every Body
Svaroopa® yoga – a deep and gentle practice for your body and mind