Asheville Yoga Center's donation based yoga for all. High-quality yoga classes taught by skilled, professional, and committed teachers in a supportive and encouraging atmosphere.
About Asheville Donation Yoga Studio
What is Donation Based Yoga?
We believe that a regular yoga practice should be accessible and affordable to everyone, which is why we offer a wide range of drop-in classes on a donation basis. Our classes are taught by skilled, professional, and committed teachers in a supportive and encouraging atmosphere. We ask for a donation in exchange for high-quality yoga instruction and invite students to pay what they can afford, while acknowledging the value of what they are receiving. Let karma be your guide!
We offer drop-in classes at affordable rates, with no membership necessary. We ask for donations on a sliding scale and ask students to pay what they can afford on that scale. The suggested donation is $10-15, with a minimum of $5. Credit/debit card facilities are available.
Asheville Yoga Donation Studio is conveniently located on the north side of town, minutes from downtown Asheville and the 240 freeway, at the intersection of Chestnut and Liberty Streets (one block east of Trader Joe’s). The main Asheville Yoga Center was at this location until 2011, when it moved one block south to the new studio at 211 S. Liberty St.
Take exit 5a off of 240, go North on Merrimon Ave./HWY 25. At the first main light, E. Chestnut St., go right. Go one block. We are on the right at the corner of E. Chestnut St. and S. Liberty St.
We have plenty of free, safe street parking. Please park on Chestnut and Liberty streets and in the gravel lot across from the main AYC studio (behind BoJangles). Please do not park in the other Liberty Street business spots.Read More
Recent Blog Posts
March 2, 2014 |
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February 2, 2014 |
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January 16, 2014 |
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