Princeton Center For Yoga & Health

Princeton Center For Yoga & Health

5.0
25 employees
26 years in business

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Opened in 1996, we were the first yoga studio of its kind in our area. We welcome all traditions and offer specialty classes as well. Now in our third home, a scenic 5 acre campus, we have 2 spacious and light filled studios and a new labyrinth which is open to the public.

Our Facebook and Twitter pages are PrincetonYoga. We share daily inspirational quotes, with humor, as well as online specials and upcoming events. Our website is www.princetonyoga.com

I've been teaching yoga since 1991, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction since 2007. I'm a licensed social worker. I've also training in the Hakomi Method and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, Prime of Life Yoga, Yin Yoga with it's originator and other specialty methods. All our teachers are certified by recognized schools of yoga and are gifted teacher and passionate about their teaching.

I've been quoted saying "I teach what I need to hear'. I love passing on the gifts I've received in yoga and happily hope we provide a warm, safe and welcoming environment where people can try things on for size on their own journey to health and well-being. I enjoy empowering people to remember that they have all the answers inside if they can create some quiet space to go within!

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Skillman, NJ 08558
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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

We are happy to answer any questions about our offerings or any special needs. We offer personalized assistance in finding the best class, scheduling, pricing option to meet individual needs.

We have a new student special,$20 for 20 days' unlimited classes so people can try the different classes.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am an E-RYT500 level teacher as recognized by Yoga Alliance. I'm also trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Hakomi method psychotherapy and hold a Masters in Social Work from University of Pennsylvania.

All teachers at the Center are certified by recognized schools of yoga and meet our standards for teaching at our Center in terms of experience, ability to work with varied levels of students and offer individualized options as needed.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

We have varied pricing options to meet folks' budget and schedule. We offer new student specials ($20 for 20 days unlimited classes for new students and for our 21stanniversary month, September 2017, $21 for 30 days' unlimited classes), a Rewards program for returning students and autopay options for additional savings.

Pricing details here: http://princetonyoga.com/classes/prices-and-packages/


How did you get started teaching?

Began teaching in 1991. My own journey to yoga began with a personal healing crisis and I was then moved to 'give back' what I had received in yoga by teaching and then by founding Princeton Center for Yoga & Health in 1996.


What types of students have you worked with?

People of all ages, from all walks of life. My aim is to offer the gifts of yoga to anyone seeking health, and well-being on their journey.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Look to their credentials, experience, level of training and philosophy.

Have they trained with recognized people in the field?

And do sample a class/classes. Best way to know if this is for you is to trust your own inner knowing. Try a class or classes. You should never feel uncomforable or 'strung out' after a yoga class!


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What brings you to yoga at this time?

What are you looking for in a yoga class?

What commitment are you wishing to make to a practice? Occasional way to practice, regular practice?