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Niyama Yoga in May: Livestream, Studio and More

During this time of anxiety and upset, Niyama Yoga & Wellness Studio has polished their virtual gears to offer daily ZOOM classes in yoga, meditation and Barre Fusion. The daily dose of calm has been welcomed by old hands and newcomers alike. In addition, Niyama Yoga is also holding a Yoga for Stress & Anxiety Virtual Workshop at 4 p.m., on May 4.

Owner Nicole Zornitzer hopes to reopen the studio before the end of May in time to offer Reiki Training Level 1 on May 30-31, with Reiki Training II to follow on June 27-28.  

At 7 p.m., on May 14, a virtual information session to discuss the comprehensive Therapeutic Yoga Training Program that begins in October. The International Association of Yoga Therapists has begun credentialing Yoga Therapists and accrediting Yoga Therapy Programs.  As one of the first certified Yoga Therapists (C-IAYT) and Department Chair of Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda and Maryland University of Integrative Health, Diane Finlayson has partnered with Nicole Zornitzer of Niyama Yoga to offer this Therapeutic Teacher Training.  

The instructors are the top in their fields of yoga therapy, anatomy, yoga philosophy and Ayurveda with a combined knowledge base ranging over 50 years.

Please visit for information and registration details for each of the listed classes and workshops. 

Location: 1250 Sussex Turnpike, Randolph. For information call 973-500-2939.

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