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Hudson Valley Yoga Studios Going Digital with Online Class Offerings

Stretch, Center, and Stay Calm through the COVID-19 Crisis with These Online Offerings


Last Updated: 04/20/2020 10:33 am
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With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in New York soaring daily, it is more important now than ever to stay healthy and calm. We've rounded up the Hudson Valley yoga and fitness studios that have taken to the internet to offer video resources and/or live-stream classes.

Movement and mindfulness practices help reduce anxiety, which in turn helps keep our immune systems strong. Whether you maintain a vinyasa, yin, hatha, or kundalini yoga practice, there is no reason to lose your rhythm while you are quarantined at home. Keep up with classes from the comfort of your living room, back porch, basement or wherever you can find a quiet space.

If you're a local yoga studio and want to be added to this list, comment below.

Alma Yoga | Newburgh

Alma Yoga just made the switch to digital and will be offering their hot yoga, vinyasa, ashtanga, yin, and hatha classes online. You must reserve your spot a minimum of 30 minutes prior to class start time.

Anahata Yoga | Kingston

Anahata is continuing to offer Kundalini yoga classes via Instagram and Facebook live stream. Follow their Instagram page for recommended course materials, accompanying playlists, and other resources, as well as periodic postures to do from home when you need a break. All classes are by donation.  

Hudson River Yoga | Poughkeepsie

Poughkeepsie-based studio Hudson River Yoga is live-streaming select class offerings, including yin yoga, slow flow, and refine and align.

The Living Seed | New Paltz

The Living Seed has created a Vimeo online yoga studio, with all regular classes being taught the regular teachers. For $65 a month get an unlimited online membership, which allows you to watch as many classes as you want, anytime. Check the schedule for the latest offerings.

Rainbow Body Yoga Studio | Red Hook

Red Hook yoga studio Rainbow Body has taken their entire class schedule online. Register online for $10 a class. Offerings include Kundalini, kids and teens yoga, vinyasa, and alignment classes.

New Paltz Rock Yoga | New Paltz

While New Paltz Rock Yoga has cancelled all their in-studio classes, they are offering one-off video classes that you can do on your own time. To request yours, send an email. They'll reply with a Paypal link, then once you've paid they'll send you the class.

Saugerties Yoga

Saugerties Yoga is offering both daily livestream yoga classes via Zoom and on-demand classes on Vimeo for $10 a piece. Or buy a monthly membership to gain access to all the videos. They are also hosting free meditations three times a week: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 12pm.

Stone Wave Yoga | Gardiner

Stone Wave Yoga is hosting free virtual classes on their YouTube channel, as well as free daily intention setting and meditation calls, Monday through Friday at 8am and 5:30pm, and on weekends at 9:30am. Dial in is (530) 881-1212, access code: 197224238#. They are accepting donations through Vimeo @stonewaveyogavideofund2020 to support these digital efforts.

Skye River Yoga Studio | Cornwall on Hudson

While Skye River Yoga Studio instructor/owner Kelly has decided to discontinue classes both online and in-person, she IS offering free guided group hikes. To join her, send an email or text/call (845) 527-0163.

The Yoga House | Kingston

The Yoga House is uploading daily vinyasa class videos as well as led primary ashtanga series videos. All online classes are viewable as soon as you register for them and then until 11pm on the night they are scheduled. Use your existing class card/membership or buy an $8 drop-in to sign up for online classes.

Yoga Lab | Kingston

Yoga Lab in Kingston has switched to offering many of their yoga, meditation, pilates and qigong classes online. Check here for the latest schedule.


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