Join The Philadelphia Design Center and instructor Jenna Stelmok for Pay-What-You-Can, All-Levels Vinyasa yoga!
Open to all who are beginning or enhancing their practice, each hour-long class will link movement and breath for a balanced flow. Practitioners will explore heart and hip openers, breath work, and meditation to promote openness and creativity.
Please bring your own mat
All classes are Pay-What-You-Can, with a suggested donation of $5-15. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Water and a changing room are available onsite
Here at The Philadelphia Design Center (PDC), it is important that a designer is thought of as a whole person. This new yoga series helps us create space for you to get away from your day-to-day and get in touch with your body.
Please sign up here so we know you’re coming - no donation required! Walkups are also more than welcome and payment can be in the form of cash or card on the day of.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Jenna Stelmok has been practicing yoga for over 10 years, recently delving deeper into her personal practice and receiving her RYT 200 certification from Dhyana Yoga. Her classes mindfully link breath with movement and make practice accessible for everyone. Expect a dynamic flow up front, balanced with the sweetness of restorative poses in each class.
Photos by Daniel Kontz
ABOUT OUR SLIDING SCALE + PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN EVENTS
The Philadelphia Design Center (PDC) is a member-driven nonprofit coworking space and creative community hub. We are committed to supporting our city's diverse creative talent by providing inexpensive access to design technology, resources and space. We ask for your active participation in deciding your own contribution for this event! While we are currently refining our Sliding Scale Philosophy Statement, please refer to Ride Free Fearless Money's helpful round-up of Sliding Scale Pricing Models for assistance with deciding how much you can pay. If a sliding scale is implemented effectively, everyone will pay a similar percentage of their income to attend.
A NOTE ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY
Our space is located in a revitalized historic church building that is currently NOT WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE. Please contact Robin at email@example.com with any questions about PDC and our space.
There is FREE OFF-STREET PARKING located behind the Queen Memorial Building. The parking lot is accessible through the driveway between the two former church buildings on 33rd Street. There is also a bike rack near the steps. Please do not lock your bike to the iron gate.
This space has a private single-use bathroom.