Parent/Child Yoga for Ages 2-4 – Coming this summer

Just a heads up!

kids yogaWe’ve gotten a lot of requests to host a Parent/Child Yoga session for children ages 2-4. We’re working on two summer sessions that’ll take place on Thursday afternoons from 3:30-4:30.

We’ve yet to pin down a start date, but we know that we’ll conduct them as a pre-registered series with the option to drop in or to do both sessions for a discount. If you’ve got specific needs or questions, get in touch with us! We’re still in the working-out-the-details phase, so we’re open to your input (please!).

The class will be taught by former schoolteacher Mel Toth who comes to us highly recommended and whose joyous energy and enthusiasm for all aspects of yoga is contagious.


Melanie Toth (Mel)

Mel’s yoga journey began in her living room over 13 years ago. An educator since 1998, Mel has taught 4th grade, co-authored a strategy book for teachers and served as a tutor and Director of Education for several NY learning centers. From her extensive background in education, Mel brings a solid understanding of how each student interprets information differently and may apply those misinterpretations to his or her body. As such, she strives to make her instruction clear and accessible for students of all levels of experience. Mel’s classes focus on the development of a solid foundation through the use of props, demonstration, description, and encouragement, while exploring basic principles of alignment, balance and relaxation. By encouraging her students to respect their physical limitations while exploring what is possible, Mel aims to help each individual learn how to serve the unique needs of their body. She is forever grateful to her first yoga teacher, Jill Gnassi, whose expert Iyengar instruction taught her how attending to small details could make a huge difference in her life, both on and off her mat.

Balancing the Chakras Workshop with Stephanie Rose Bifolco – May 17th, 1:00-3:30pm

Chakras Workshop, Stephanie Rose Bifolco, The Yoga House, Yoga, Kingston, NY

Saturday, May 17th


$20 to preregister or $25

The workshop will include the following:

  • A discussion about what the chakras are and what it looks like to be either deficient or in excess at each chakra center
  • Practice using a pendulum for measuring our own chakras
  • 1.25 hour of yoga asana, pranayama, and meditation to bring chakras into balance.
  • Sharing insights and reflection on what we learned

Pre-register using the PayPal button on our Schedule page.

Stephanie is a E-200 Registered Yoga Teacher, a Certified Anusara-Inspired Yoga Teacher, and has studied Ayurveda and subtle body sciences for over 10 years. She considers the Chakras as the most accessible system of subtle body anatomy and physiology available to yoga students. She wants to help students deepen an understanding of themselves and the ways that their yoga practice brings balance to their life through teaching about the Chakras.

Want to know more about Stephanie and the cleanses, workshops, and retreats she leads? Head to