We aim to facilitate the amazing benefits of a holistic Yoga practice by providing different Yoga styles for all including Ashtanga, Hatha, Meditation, Restorative and Vinyasa.
Our philosophy is that Yoga is for all, and flexibility is not a requirement but rather one of its many benefits acquired with practice. Yoga encourages and facilitates self discovery, self care and self preservation and at One Yoga for All you will find a diverse, knowledgeable, compassionate, brave and kind community of teachers to help you establish and maintain your own holistic Yoga practice. The sooner you begin the Yoga practice, the sooner you will start to experience a healthier body, mind and soul.
We are grateful for our life and yoga teachers for sharing some of their knowledge and compassion, and inspiring us on our journeys.
Eduvigis' love for Yoga began as she discovered multiple techniques within the holistic practice that ground, balance, relax and empower us all physically, mentally and spiritually.
Today, she continues her journey, practicing daily, living her Yoga on and off the mat, and sharing what she learns along the way. Her classes encourage intimacy with the breath, compassion for ourselves foremost and others, and meditation.
She has completed over 750 hours of training in Meditation, Hatha, Vinyasa and Therapeutics Yoga in New York and India.
Angela is certified as a Yoga For All instructor by Dianne Bondy and has completed training in Hatha, Ashtanga-inspired Vinyasa, Yoga Nidra, Restorative, and Trauma-Informed yoga. Inspired by all of these traditions as well as the energetic playlists and essential oil blends she creates for her classes, Angela holds space for everyone to explore their personal practice and leads fun, uplifting, mandala-inspired flows that stress accessibility and autonomy. She has practiced for over 12 years and has trained in south India, New York, and Ontario, where she is working towards her RYT500.
Shira is a native New Yorker, elementary school educator, student of life, and devoted yoga teacher. In 2011, she obtained her 200-hour yoga teacher certification and has since completed over 300 hours of advanced yoga teacher training. Shira is certified to teach vinyasa, trauma-sensitive yoga, and kids yoga. Shira aims to inspire others with fun-loving (laughter welcomed!), therapeutic, challenging, and soulful vinyasa yoga classes where everyBODY is unconditionally welcome.
Completed her first Ashtanga teacher training in 2014 with Scott Harig at Pure Yoga in New York City. She currently works as an assistant in the Ashtanga program at Pure Yoga West, and maintains a daily Ashtanga practice. Jessica has participated in trainings with Manju Jois, Richard Freeman, and Guy Donahaye. She is also a licensed clinical social worker specializing in post-traumatic stress and mind-body approaches to healing trauma. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys running marathons and practicing yoga with her three-legged cat.
Patrick's classes are an experience of Hatha yoga integrated with Natural Movement exercises. He believes in a playful approach to his practices and uses his classes as a forum for movement exploration with the intent of awakening the mind/body connection. The poses and flows of movement encourage full range of motion, stability and strength, while deepening the more subtle awareness of one's breath and energy. Patrick is an outdoors enthusiast who grew in the Northwest hiking, skiing, and rock climbing. He can still be found climbing trees and barefoot running through the parks in NY.
Discovered her love for yoga while looking for an outlet for relaxation, during a very stressful period in her life. She has since dedicated herself to the daily practice of yoga physically, spiritually, and mentally. With focus on alignment and an emphasis of moving from a compassionate place within, she loves to teach musically-lead vinyasa flow classes that mindfully link breath and playful movement. Catherine is also certified in children's yoga classes and teaches/volunteers for various organizations.
Initially, Therline started practicing yoga to rehabilitate her knee joints. She had over exerted her body from practicing improper applications of exercise. Little did she realize how far this practice would take her. She slowly started to find herself drawn to the practice more often than expected. She began to not only do the research needed on physical healthcare, but also revisit mental health as well, with great time, effort and acknowledgment. The health and freedom she gained from her Yoga practice gave her the idea that she needed to share this feeling with others, and so her teaching practice began.
Dina has been practicing yoga daily for more than 35 years. Yoga has been a source of great joy in her life since her teenage years. She has studied Kundalini, Hatha, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa styles, and is eternally grateful to have learned, and to continue to learn, from many amazing yoginis and yogis. Dina holds her E-RYT 200 hour certification from Westchester Yoga Arts. She is honored to teach, and hopes to inspire students to shine their hearts open and forward through this ancient discipline that truly is a beautiful expression of meditation.
One yoga for All is one of the best things to happen to our neighborhood! The owner is lovely and welcoming and the teachers are amazing. The atmosphere lends itself to relaxation, meditation and connecting with oneself. I leave each time with a sense of relaxation and well-being, and feel delightfully stretched out and energized. Do your body, mind and soul a favor and start coming to this studio.Sharon K.
It was a peaceful experience in a very beautiful space! Thank you.Ayde R.
Great sequencing, level was good with modifications for all ;)Kendra J.
Beautiful space, beautiful teacher and an excellent class! So thrilled you are here!!!Veronica V.
Love the studio- so grateful to have you in the neighborhood!Kelsey R.