Greetings! This past month has been a whirlwind. Acarya and I were married in March, Yoga Daya studio closed, our new collaboration with Namastday began, and now I have moved to Maryland. Thank you for supporting us through this meteoric transition. Keep in touch here at yogadaya.com and check out the online classes and upcoming events.
We are looking forward to the Scoliosis Classes and Teacher Trainings at Namastday. Attend the Yoga for Scoliosis class with Katelyn Qualey at Namastday yoga studio this Friday (4/26) at 11:30am. Sign up at namastday.com.
Backcare and General Yoga Classes with Tulsi may be scheduled virtually. Click to sign up.
Tulsi Laher, C-IAYT, CIYT teaches yoga, core movement and zen restorative classes. Specializing in Spine Health, Tulsi offers the highest standard of yoga classes to enrich the lives of her clients. Her enterprise is for the development, recognition and promotion of yoga as a means of maintaining lasting health.
Do you need a jump start for your exercise program? Whether you are interested in reducing chronic pain, improving posture, or getting started on a regular exercise Program, Yoga Daya is right for you. Schedule an initial consultation today.
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Yoga Daya's comprehensive Program offers a curriculum aimed at guiding aspiring teachers in how to lead a safe, effective and inspirational yoga class. The 300 hour Program is comprised of three 100 hour Trainings which may be taken individually or completed together.
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Learn yoga asana, energy lines, chakras, lifestyle health, the art of assisting, cueing techniques and building confidence. Sign up for the comprehensive Yoga Daya Teacher Training Program today. Build a strong foundation for a lifelong yoga practice and yoga teaching career. The group will be intimate, no more than twenty, allowing for plenty of individual attention.
Sunday 12:00-5:00PM (Graduation day 4:00-5:30pm)
“Tulsi is a wonderful teacher who challenges you yet still accommodates individual needs.”
"I often joke that one can run, but can’t hide in Tulsi’s yoga class. As an instructor, she has one of the keenest eyes I know for form and for understanding her students’ bodies and capabilities. In the three years I have taken Tulsi’s classes, I’ve grown immensely in my Iyengar yoga practice – that is, in understanding my body, its alignment in asanas (and sometimes lack thereof) and how I can apply the practice of ‘meditation in action’ to other aspects of life; as a result, not only am I a better yoga student, but a more aware human being outside class. I would encourage anybody to try Tulsi’s class, you’ll be hooked after the first class!"