Welcome to the new Cherry Blossom Yoga website! Within these pages you'll find answers to most of your questions, but if not, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Contact information & Teacher Bios can be found on our About Us page. If you're brand new to yoga, check out our Information page for all the details on what to expect your first time in the studio. For newcomers and experienced yogis alike, class descriptions can help you know what to expect from each style of yoga we offer here at CBY.
Our weekly schedule can be found on our Schedule page, including links to register for classes. Pricing and services can be found under the Information tab, Pricing & Services page. Details of special events and workshops can be found on the Events page. This website is new, so I thank you in advance for your patience while the remaining pages work their way into existence.
Foundational Vinyasa Teacher Training (Nov 2016 - Apr 2017)
Dates are now announced for the upcoming 200RYT Foundational Vinyasa Teacher Training.
See the Teacher Training page for more details, dates, and contact information for applications.
295 hours of training spanning 6 months
If you are curious to study at CBY, attending a class with Sara Turk is highly recommended prior to applying. Teacher training is not only a financial commitment, it is a time commitment. When choosing a teacher training, you want to enjoy and connect with the teaching style and methodology of the lead instructor so you get the most of what you need from the training.
Sara is always free to talk after you take class, if you have any questions or concerns regarding the training.
If you're unable to attend a class, you can discuss any concerns with Sara via email. There are also plenty of CBY alumni that would be more than happy to address any questions or concerns. Simply email the studio with an inquiry to speak with a CBY TT alum.
Tuesdays this Fall: Children's Yoga
BEST SUITED FOR AGES 6-12.
This class will give your child 45 minutes to focus on themselves by breathing and learning mindfulness. Students will work through foundational yoga postures and breathing exercises. There will be games, songs and silliness interwoven with the yogic ideals of kindness and community. After moving their bodies, they will end class with a quiet relaxation exercise.
Children benefit emotionally and physically through yoga by learning what they feel and how to take care of their mind and body. There will be a monthly service project where children are invited to participate in connecting with their community with small acts of kindness.
Parents are welcome to sit in if a child's anxiety would be allayed.