The studio is located at 4415 West Clearwater Ave (between Union and Volland in the Crossroads Mall Building) in Kennewick, Washington. Yoga Community is centrally located with easy access from surrounding areas.
Yoga Community offers a state of the art studio featuring a bamboo floor, wall rope system, contemporary colors to soothe and energize, and plenty of parking. The custom mural in our entry way features the symbol for Om. Studio 1 will accommodate up to 20 students and Studio 2 holds 14. We supply mats, blankets, yoga straps, chairs, and blocks.
About our Instructors
At Yoga Community, all of our instructors must demonstrate a passion for their chosen practice, have professional training and be committed to a path of inquiry and self study. A minimum of 200-hrs of training is required for our instructors and most have significantly more, including specialty training certifications in Prenatal, Postnatal, Yoga for Scoliosis, Ayurveda, etc. Two 500-hr certified instructors are on staff and four of our instructors have over 10 years of teaching experience. All of our instructors can work with injuries to ensure your practice leaves you feeling better than when you walked in.Yoga Community has the highest trained yoga teachers in the area* and and offers professional instruction in yoga, ayurveda, and meditation.
Our studio was designed to create a soothing environment dedicated to the practice of yoga. Our goal is to work with each individual to help alleviate pain and tension, build strength and provide a space for personal well-being and growth.
Our diverse schedule has classes and workshops for the development of the whole person, from beginner to experienced practitioner. Students with injuries and illness are welcome (see our schedule for appropriate level classes).
*Two 500-hr trained instructors, and four instructors with 10+ years teaching experience. As well as various certificates in specialty yogas such as: Prenatal, Yoga for Teens, Yoga for Scoliosis, Postnatal, etc.
Ayurveda is a health science that has been traditionally practiced in for thousands of years. It is considered a sister science to yoga â€“ and literally means â€œthe science of life.â€ The World Health Organization recognizes Ayurveda as an effective, health science.
Ayurveda acknowledges the uniqueness of each individual, and empowers each person to take an active role in his or her health and well-being. Ayurveda teaches that making small changes in diet, exercise and lifestyle habits can effect significant changes to health and well-being.In Ayurvedic philosophy, there are three energy forces at work in the body at all times. These forces are known as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.