Rising Sun Yoga
An authentic and beautiful yoga studio located in Western New York where community is as important as the postures you practice. In a warm, inviting atmosphere with positive energy, our classes provide you not only great exercise but something to think about...a complete yoga experience.
From beginner to intermediate levels, we teach over 25 classes each week. Our classes are taught by very credentialed instructors. Whatever it is you are looking for, from body toning to weight loss, strengthening to lengthening, relaxing to invigorating, you will find a class and a teacher that fits your needs.
Take that first step to a healthier you by taking a class with us today. Sign Up Here
** New Students Only **
For first-time students to Rising Sun:
If you've never taken a class here before:
2 Week Unlimited Pass for $32
30 Day Unlimited Pass for $60
Must be Purchased at the Studio
Intro to Ayurvedic Medicine
Join Sonam as he explains why Ayurvedic Medicine (one of the two oldest forms of medicine) is so effective in keeping you healthy and strong versus contemporary Western Medicine. Sonam will help you understand your current imbalances and how to address them, how the elements (ether, air, fire, water, and earth) play a role in your health, and how daily, seasonal, and life cycles affect you.
Pre-register or Walk-in; $25
Kirtan with Sonam
Sonam will be doing a Kirtan on Sunday at 4:15 pm. Please join us as we join in song.
See you this Sunday, Feb 26th!
Intro to Yoga Course
The next available Intro to Yoga Courses are as follows:
Thursday, March 2 at 6:00 pm with Beth (3 slots available)
Saturday, March 4 at 9:00 am with Michael (4 slots available)
Sign up soon as these classes always fill.
Pre-Registration/Pre-Payment is required $60
If the Intro Courses are full or your schedule does not permit, then attend one of the many other classes offered.
It has become obligatory for health information resources to convey a legal disclaimer – you’ve read them in health books and websites: “The following material is not intended as a substitute for the advice of a physician…” And they go on to recommend that one consult a doctor before embarking on whatever program is being offered. They conclude with the author disclaiming any legal responsibility for adverse consequences.
I would like to encourage readers who feel they need the disclaimer’s protection, to close this website, and leave it unread. The idea here is that the most important consultation is the one a person has with him- or her-self. Health-care starts with personal responsibility. Any disclaimer that suggests otherwise does a great disservice.