Get ready for Winter with Yoga!

Murrysville Healing Arts (MHA) Yoga
Fall/Winter 2021-2022 Schedule
November 29 – February 5 (10 Weeks)

Yoga Asanas (Poses) help keep you warm and fit during the colder months.  Research has show that yoga can be an effective mode to pain management, particularly for joint pain which is affected in winter by changes in pressure and temperature.

Breathing cam be different and may be more difficult in the colder months.  Daily practice of yoga increases lung capacity, strengthens chest muscles and boosts oxygen intake. 

Come practice with us at MHA Yoga and improve your strength, flexibility and breathing.  Give yourself the time and practice of taking care of you!


Join Us!
Small Classes with individualized attention.

Speciality Classes – Partner Yoga for Friends & Yoga Kurunta (Rope Wall Yoga).

Qualified, Talented Instructors to motivate, inspire, and guide you into your
unique yoga experience.


Check the Fall/Winter 2021-2022 Yoga Schedule for details!

Donna, Jackie, Julia and Anna


Guidelines and Recommendations in compliance with changing Covid concerns.

Masking and safe distancing will be compliant with the CDC and PA Department of Health recommendations.

Bring your props – mats, blocks, straps, blankets.

Come five minutes before class time to wash your hands and set up.

Leave directly after class and socialize outside the building rather than in the building’s confined space.

Private Lessons Available!
Call for details

Healing Arts Yoga is a fully equipped yoga studio providing a clean, spacious, quiet environment for practice. The studio was built with an insulated wood floor for comfort and a yoga wall to encourage good alignment and to support inverted and standing postures. Healing Arts Yoga provides standard yoga props such as mats, blankets, blocks, straps, and bolsters for use in the studio.

Just bring your willingness to practice!

What is Yoga?
Yoga unites, “yokes”, the mind, body and breath in re-establishing an integrated awareness of our wholeness as human beings.
Yoga traditionally is an ashtanga, or “eight-limbed”, approach to wake up the body with mindfulness channeled through the nervous
system. Yoga postures called “asanas” are one limb of yoga.

Hatha yoga, often referred to as “yoga of the will”, harmonizes or balances seemingly separate states. Each asana or posture
incorporates action and relaxation, strength and surrender, movement and rest, and expansiveness and release.

The Benefits of Yoga
Yoga relaxes the body and the mind through the asanas (postures), pranayama (breath work) and dharana (concentration). The worries of the day are put in perspective, and the tensions those worries create are released. By releasing the tensions, we reclaim
the energy that has been used to hold those stresses.

We release the chest and diaphragm to deepen the breath; we stretch the muscles to move out the toxins; we strengthen the
muscles to work the body more efficiently; and we clear the mind to provide focus and concentration.

Thus yoga is a method of releasing, channeling and enhancing energy—life energy!

Yoga relaxes the body and mind,
Increases flexibility,
Improves posture and balance,
Relieves pain,
Strengthens and tones musculature,
Stimulates circulation, and
Boosts energy.

Yoga Wall
The Yoga Wall offers a system of ropes and straps to safely support the body in proper alignment, deeper stretches and longer
holds. Explore variations of classic poses including inversions, twists, forward and backward bends, seated and standing postures.
Less flexible students welcome the restorative and therapeutic effects of the Wall, while athletes and more flexible students
appreciate deepening the poses.

Come and be amazed at what you can do!