Community Classes

Yoga at PCYH (46)Our Community Classes are open to all students. We welcome any donations from your heart. Come, enjoy, and spread the word!

Our Community Classes provide an opportunity for everyone in the community to experience yoga. It is our hope to make yoga classes available to those who are out of work or in the military, the unemployed and underemployed, and our local teachers and students.

Your donations support local organizations/charities that help us build better communities for all and help us bring yoga to people that can’t come to our center.

Some of our classes are taught by recent trainees and is open to the public as the teachers are mentored in the class. Some are taught by experienced teachers who are giving their time in karma yoga in support of our selected charities.

Our current schedule is:

Hatha Flow

Tuesdays, 4:15 to 5:30 pm with Ruth
Wednesdays, 4:15 to 5:30 pm with Shanti
Fridays, 4:15 to 5:30 pm with Nicole

Prana Yoga

Mondays, 4:15 to 5:30 pm with Chris

Starting 9/8 our Community classes with start at 4:30 pm

Class schedule is subject to change without notice. Please click here for most up to date schedule.

Suggested donation is $8/class

Since 2011 we have received over $15,000, which went to local charities and brought yoga to our community.

Charities:

September 2015: Carrier Clinic

Carrier Clinic, a behavioral healthcare system, has been a trusted source of compassionate help and supportive healing for patients and their families since they opened their doors in 1910. One of the largest private, not-for-profit behavioral healthcare facilities in New Jersey, Carrier Clinic specializes in psychiatric and substance abuse addiction treatment, and provides a complete array of expert care and education for adolescents, adults and older adults on the inpatient and residential levels. Outpatient services are provided for ECT treatment and drug abuse addiction.

November 2015: TBA

November 2015: Mary Jacobs Library Foundation

Mary Jacobs Library is unique in that it is a part of the Somerset County Library System. Its building and property are owned and maintained by a separate entity: the Mary Jacobs Library Foundation, Inc. While tax dollars fund library services: the collection, technology, staff and most programs offered. The costs of operating the building and grounds including maintenance, utilities, insurance, renovations, expansions, and furnishings are paid by the Foundation and through your donations.

2015

December:
November: Mary Jacobs Library Foundation
October:
September: Carrier Clinic
August: Montgomery Friends Farmers’ Market
July: Kula Kamala Ashram
June: Habitat for Humanity
May: Service Dog Network
April: Yogis Hearts of Hope 💗
March: New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
February: Do It For The Love Foundation
January: Rock Brook School

2014

December: Trenton Soup Kitchen
November: Mary Jacobs Library Foundation
October: Rowing in Honor of Nancy Schoffelen
September: Carrier Clinic
August: Habitat for Humanity
July: Nicole Sarracchia’s Family & friends
June: Habitat for Humanity
May: Pet Rescue of Mercer
April: SAVE
March: Young Audiences of New Jersey Overview
February: Charitable Endeavors: From Desperation to Inspiration: Reviving Human Potential
January: Literacy Volunteers in Mercer County

2013

December: Animal Alliance
November: Mary Jacobs Library Foundation
October: Montgomery High School Model United Nations Executive Board
September: National Foundation for Cancer Research “Stretch to the Cure”
August: Montgomery Friends Farmers’ Market
July: Korey’s Ketogenic Kitchen Krusade
June: The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP
May: Artistic Realization Technologies, Inc. (A.R.T.)
April: Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve
March: Dana Oley our little Tuesday Polar Bear Seva!!!
February: Women’s Health and Counseling Center, Somerville, NJ.
January: Seeds to Sew International

2012

December: Res-Q-Pets
November: TASK – Trenton Area Food Kitchen
October: Jersey’s Hope for Hearing
September: New Jersey Cares
August: One Simple Wish
July: One Simple Wish
June: The Children’s Home Society of NJ
May: Monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery
April: Montgomery Township Food Pantry
March: Big Brother Big Sister Mercer NJ
February: Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve
January: Crisis Ministry of Princeton

2011

December: The Anchor House
November: NJ Dept. of Military and Veteran Affairs
October: Millhill Child and Family Development Center
September: Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad in Honor of Micheal Keenwood
August: Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA)
July: Moms of Mulitples.
June: New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NJSPCA)