Check the yellow pages for yoga instructors or your local YMCA. Bulletin boards in health food stores, universities, health clubs, and metaphysical blogstores are all good sources for finding information on yoga classes.
If you are in a small town, don’t have access to some of the above sources, or can’t find the style of yoga you are looking for, pick up Yoga Journal or Yoga International. Both magazines annually print an extensive directory of yoga teachers and types of yoga classes available around the country.
2054 University Avenue, Suite 600 Berkeley, CA 94704 (800) I-DO-YOGA Fax (510) 644-3101
The September issue runs a special directory of yoga teachers.
Yoga International Rural Route 1, Box 407 Honesdale, PA 18431 (570) 253-4929
The American Yoga Association 513 South Orange Avenue Sarasota, FL 34236 (941) 953-5859
The Yoga Finder is a web page to help locate classes and teachers in the United States: www. chesco. com/yogafinder
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