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Feel Free to Feel Free Yoga & Yoga Therapy
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Feel Free to Feel Free

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Mission Statement

“Our body-mind container must be strong and stable. Then we can fill it with energy from our practice and carry that energy everywhere we go as a heightened state of aliveness.”
-Yoganand Michael Carroll

This quote from my teacher is the inspiration that motivates me. The practice of yoga is a way of life. By challenging our physical body, we discover our response to challenging circumstances in our everyday life. We begin to dissolve old patterns of thinking that prevent us from living life to our fullest. We begin to develop a new way of relating to ourselves. It is an opportunity to enhance our bodies, heal the fluctuation and negativity of our mind, and open to the possibility of becoming compassionate in the way in which we live life!

About Debra

*It was back in 1999 when a friend said to me, ‘I just did a yoga class, and it was the hardest thing I ever did! You HAVE to come with me!’ My first thought was - That sounds HORRIBLE! She was an athlete, and I was, well, NOT. But yet a few days later, I found myself dragged to Power Yoga Works in Philadelphia. The temperature in the studio was about 90 degrees. The students were experienced. The class was fast paced. I had no clue what I was doing. Up dog? Down dog? What? Pick a dog! But by the end of the class, resting flat on my back, I had never felt so good. For some strange reason, I felt at peace despite the chaos that had just occurred.

*So, I found myself there every Saturday morning. Within two years, I found myself in Yoga Teacher Training and become a full-time teacher a year later. I found that I lost the doubt and insecurity that comes along with the (seeming) limitations of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. The freedom that the practice of yoga brings to my life is empowering. I believe that because I have faced adversity physically, it has allowed me the confidence to present yoga to all shapes and sizes, all levels of ability from brand new beginner to tri-athlete. There is no one way to practice. There is YOUR way, and it is liberating!

*I hope to bring the beauty of yoga to the world. Yoga has enhanced my life in countless ways, and I am thrilled and honored to share it with you.

*My education includes two 200-hour teacher training, a 500-hour YTT, Yoga Therapy certification, and several other 50-hour training programs such as yoga for chronic pain relief, depression, and anxiety. My primary teacher and mentor is Yoganand Michael Carroll, the founder of Pranakriya Yoga, who I am so blessed to know. Under his direction, I have learned the true meaning of yoga.

I hope you all will Feel Free to Feel Free in this beautiful life we have been given!

Class Descriptions

Flow Classes

All classes offer a well-balanced, eclectic blend of various styles of yoga, the classes move dynamically with constant attention to breath.

Slow Flow is a flow style practice with long holding postures which establish a solid understanding of alignment and safety.

Vinyasa (Athletic Yoga) Is a challenging class which requires some experience. Proper form and understanding of alignment are essential as variations of postures are more challenging. Come with an open heart and leave your competitive mind at the door!

Gentle Stretch Yoga is a great way to begin a practice! The practice consists of gentle flowing movements designed to improve the health of the joints while developing muscular strength. All of this cultivates better balance.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is designed to restore and renew the body by releasing tension and stress. Holding tension in the body can cause damage over time. Likewise, anxiety and mental stress can lead to 'dis-ease' for our mind.

Allow yourself to 'hit the reset button'!

Rejuvenate in this class with passive yoga postures using blocks, bolsters and blankets.

Restorative Yoga is a perfect complement to a challenging yoga practice and active lifestyle. This class is appropriate for all levels of experience and a nice option for those looking for a prenatal style class.

~ Breathing Practice ~

Yoga breathing, which is known as Pranayama, is the first step toward

re-orienting and improving the functioning of your body by learning to optimize the breathing process. All classes incorporate breathing techniques to maximize the benefits of a complete yoga practice.

One of the challenges of Yoga Practice is - it takes practice! Our lifestyle is filled with instant gratification. We live in an impatient society. It seems that we take on the burden our culture tries to lay on us; the notion that 'looking good' is of more value than feeling good.

The breathing practice is an amazing path to tapping into the joy of internal strength and flexibility ~ adaptability! Feeling good on the inside brings such joy to our lives.

The breathing practice is like going on a little journey of introspection. Again, not easy! It may be even more challenging than any of the physical classes.

But it's worth it!

September 10th - 30th 2021 Classes at Indigo $20 per session



Yoga Basics - All levels 

10:30am - 11:30am

Slow Flow

4:30pm - 5:30pm


6:00pm - 7:00pm


Slow Flow
Each week we discover posture sequences designed for specific parts of the body.
4:30pm -5:30pm



Restorative Yoga

9:00am - 10:00am



All levels Community Class $15  

9:30am - 10:30am

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Phone: (610) 585-0284

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