Welcome to Plasha Yoga, Erie PA’s First and Foremost Yoga and Meditation Studio – Honoring the tradition of Classical Yoga with the most respected level of training and the most experience available locally. January 1, 2015 marks the 17th anniversary of directing a Yoga studio in Erie! It all started with free classes I began offering in my living room in 1980.
Why Choose Plasha Yoga?
It is personal and attentive; offered in a boutique setting that supports self-growth through courses with an emphasis on safety. Over 1,000 hours of training and over 40 years of experience inform my classes and private lessons. Feel the Difference Experience Makes! Plasha Yoga has been voted Best Yoga Studio the most in the Erie’s Choice Awards.
What is the Plasha Yoga advantage?
Most of our classes are 90 minutes unlike the 60 minute classes offered at other places at the same cost. This extra time allows us in all of the classes, and not just the occasional workshop, to provide more depth in everything from safe postural alignment to spiritual practices like chanting, pranayama, meditation and Yoga Nidra. Why? Because you are worth it.
If you want more than a physical workout accompanied by that loud “killer playlist”, consider an approach that minimizes distractions and allows you to go deep within.
There are more classes and teachers in 2015! All teachers are certified and have at least 200 hours of training to support you in a safe practice. Details are on the Classes page. Ongoing Workshops and trainings are on the Events page including the next Integrative Yoga Teacher Training.
These classes integrate several schools of Hatha Yoga as well as Raja, Bhakti, Mantra and Jnana Yoga, Tantra, Mindfulness and Ayurveda. All classes awaken the essence of who you are: peace, love, and joy!
Please go to the link at the bottom of the About page to see a list of my qualifications. We look forward to meeting you and supporting you on adapting Yoga to your specific needs.
“Michael is an amazing teacher. He has done many workshops for us as a part of our Samayama Yoga Teacher Training program.”
Director Lucinda LaRee