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a white woman assists a black woman in a lunch pose, workshops with renowned guests at Willow Street Yoga Center


Willow Street Yoga is excited to offer a variety of special events and workshops that expand the practice of yoga. Our teachers and world-renowned guests specialize in a variety of topics that encourage our community to learn and grow. Members receive 20% off workshop registrations!

Featured Workshops

Plant Spirit Yoga

with Angelique Raptakis

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Join herbalist and yoga teacher, Angelique Raptakis for an exploration of the connection between plant energetics and yoga.  Each class will introduce one plant, a sample of plant medicine, and a yoga practice to experience the energetic qualities of that plant. Each class begins and ends with a plant spirit meditation, providing the students a chance to connect to the spirit of the plant while sipping on an herbal tea or tincture, experiencing through taste, touch, and smell.

Wednesdays May 3 - June 7, 6:30 - 7:30 pm

A Yoga Asana Practice in Celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day

with Diana McCown

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May 18th is Global Accessibility Awareness Day, a day focused on increasing awareness around digital access and inclusion. In the spirit of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Diana is offering a donation-based, level 1 asana practice, offered in the studio and online. This practice is open to students of all levels and will offer closed captioning on Zoom and detailed descriptions during class.


Proceeds from this class will be donated to the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH).

June 1, 7:00 - 8:00 pm

Meditative Floral Origami

with Megumi Aikawa


Join Megumi for some fun and calming origami art, a.k.a. yoga for your fingers and brain! We will make lotuses to celebrate the early summer & maybe a few leaping frogs, to add some fun. Modular Origami, which uses 2 or more sheets of paper to make a larger structure, is very meditative as it requires some time and patience to make all the smaller parts that make up the final piece. Take home your creations or donate them to Willow Street to brighten up our space! 


May 27, 1:30 - 3:30 pm

Forest Bathing at Tregaron Conservancy

with Susan West-Montgomery


Shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing, is a Japanese wellness practice that helps individuals access the healing properties of nature. Extended contemplative time in nature calms the mind, promotes well-being, and cultivates a profound sense of belonging. During this truly immersive experience, you will be invited to slow down, be curious, and touch, smell, hear, and see nature more fully. The session will be held at Tregaron Conservancy in Northwest DC. It will not be strenuous but requires the ability to walk a mile or so on uneven surfaces.

June 9, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

June 10, 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Full Workshop Schedule

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