Serving the community by making yoga accessible to people with challenges and empowering them to develop a healthy mind, body and spirit in a safe environment.

Yoga for Disability Classes
PYC offers classes at Piedmont Yoga Studio and Clausen House Currently these classes are attended by a wide variety of students, some who arrive in wheelchairs, using walkers, canes or crutches as well...Read more...
2014 PYC Spa Day
Join us on December 27th. Treat yourself to a day filled with relaxing and rejuvenating practices including morning asana practice, restorative yoga, yoga nidra, chair massage, Reiki, and Brennan Healing Touch.
Teaching Staff
With decades of experience - our staff is focused on the healing properties of Yoga Joanna

JOANN LYONS

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Yoga for Cancer Classes
PYC offers classes at the Cancer Support Community in Walnut Creek Currently these classes are offered at the Cancer Support Community in Walnut...Read more...

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Spa Day 2014Spa Day - Dec 27th.

Treat yourself to a day filled with relaxing and rejuvenating practices including morning asana practice, restorative yoga, yoga nidra, chair massage, Reiki, and Brennan Healing Touch. Join other students and teachers enjoying a cup of tea and light snacks. All proceeds benefit Piedmont Yoga Community, a non-profit organization serving the community by making yoga accessible to people with challenges. Learn More

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How do you feel about teaching yoga to someone in a wheelchair, or as a caregiver, suggesting yoga to your client? What will you say when a potential student calls and says, “I have a broken leg / Multiple Sclerosis / Cerebral Palsy / (fill in the blank), can I come to your yoga class?” This workshop will not only help you answer that question, it will also offer you a different way of approaching your own practice and teaching. Learn More
"As someone with a low level spinal cord injury resulting in paraplegia, I appreciate the knowledge and sensitivity of my teachers at PYS. Also, I'm grateful for their trust to allow me to be able to get up into a head stand independently, where as I need their assistance in most any other yoga pose. The interdependence between teacher, aid and student is one to be recognized and emulated."
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