Serving the community by making yoga accessible to people with challenges and empowering them to develop a healthy mind, body and spirit in a safe environment.

Virtual Class Videos PYC Yoga for People with Disabilities and Chronic Conditions

Since the start of the pandemic, PYC has been doing online video classes. 

In the classes below, we demonstrate different...

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Virtual Class Examples PYC Yoga for People with Disabilities and Chronic Conditions

Since the start of the pandemic, PYC has been doing online video classes. 

In the classes below, we demonstrate different...

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Yoga for People with Disabilities & Chronic Conditions
PYC offers Virtual Classes During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As with most in-person activities in the Bay Area, our classes have gone virtual until further notice. 

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BIG ANNOUNCEMENT

Our next hybrid class is on Saturday, July 31st. Eight students will be taking the People with Disabilities and Chronic Illness class at Nest Yoga while those of you who would rather Zoom the class from your home will also be taking the class. 

 

To register for the in-person class, click here.

To register for the zoom class, click here

 To register for the all other zoom only classes, click here and scroll down for date.


In the time since the tragic killing of George Floyd at the hands of police, the board of Piedmont Yoga Community has striven to process how we can most effectively stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. Click here to read our community letter on the topic.

"As someone with a low level spinal cord injury resulting in paraplegia, I appreciate the knowledge and sensitivity of my teachers at PYS. Also, I'm grateful for their trust to allow me to be able to get up into a head stand independently, where as I need their assistance in most any other yoga pose. The interdependence between teacher, aid and student is one to be recognized and emulated."
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