Yoga in Springettsbury Park Amphitheater Starting in May!

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Check out Brenda’s New Article About the Bhagavad Gita on the “Recent Post” Tab


green-tree-yoga of pa, of Central PA offers tailor-made yoga classes and workshops suitable for the needs of all students. This includes public and private groups, private classes, and corporate yoga offerings. Currently, sessions may include (but are not limited to) Beginners, Hatha, Vinyasa, Yoga for the Artistic Mind, Senior Yoga, Yoga in Prisons, and Yoga for PTSD. All classes and workshops are led by Yoga Alliance Registered Teacher Brenda C. Eppley. Brenda was first introduced to yoga more than fifteen years ago, and became serious about her practice while searching for relief from chronic back pain. The yogic tools and methodology she learned literally changed her life.

Brenda is currently in training to receive a 500 hour designation with the Himalayan Institute, and is an E-200 hour-level Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance. Brenda is eager to share her knowledge with students and uses her background as a Professor of Theatre and professional actor to effectively, creatively, and safely build a solid yoga foundation appropriate for every student. With an abundance of positive energy and welcoming presence, Brenda‚Äôs objective is to empower practitioners with tools that will enrich their lives on a daily basis both on and off the mat. Through exploration and connection of mind, body, and breath, practitioners will be able to bring yogic balance to all aspects of their lives—-ultimately enhancing health and well being in every respect.

When not on the mat, in the classroom, or in the theatre, Brenda travels the world searching for adventures that will expand her understanding of our global community. In the yogic world, she is passionate about bringing new practitioners to the mat while deepening the understanding of more seasoned practitioners.


Introduction to Three-Part Breathing
Brenda introduces yogic three-part breath in this short tutorial.

Click here to watch a short introduction to three-part breathing.

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