yoga classes and workshops

Experience Rachel’s theme based style of teaching that incorporates the yogic philosophy, Breathwork, the Asanas, Live Music and Meditation to create spaces of healing, acceptance, joy and peace.

Try yoga through a Trauma Sensitive and Social Justice framework and Rachel’s theme based style of teaching  .

Enjoy Classes that incorporate Yogic philosophy, Breathwork, the Asanas, Live Music and Meditation to create spaces of healing, acceptance, joy and peace. 

New to yoga class with Rachel, or want to learn more? 

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Yoga is More than Asana!

A robust, life enhancing practical wisdom for life, yoga philosophy has time honored practices for all of us!

Patanjali, a yogic sage (or a group of sages) laid out a framework for working with the fluctuations of the mind. 

Below is a framework Rachel developed based on working with a trauma informed lense with a focus on recovery from addictions.

Download Patanjali’s 8 Limbs of Yoga: A Framework for Yoga On and Off the Mat 

Enjoy regular Zoom classes from the comfort of your home, as well as regular in-person classes in various locations, and other special offerings that include sound healing, meditation and movement. 

Bring Rachel to your event!

Rachel is available to travel and teach specialized workshops at retreats and yoga studies. She also offers professional development for organizations and institutions who want to improve employee resilience and wellbeing and reduce burnout and employee turnover.

ongoing programming

Do you struggle with the state of the world?

Do you find yourself in constant outrage? Or can you not find the bandwidth to even be present to these times?

Do you feel helpless and overwhelmed?

Please Join Us.

Sacred Activism

Participate in opportunities to gather in community and explore the space between spiritual practice and activism. Spiritual practice, particularly yoga, can often become self absorbed and activism can, on the other spectrum, exist in a perpetual Sacred activism finds the balance that allows us to be clear about the state of affairs in the world, resource us for overwhelm and discomfort so we can grow as well as step into deep rest and nourishment when we need to so we can show up in the world committed and connected.

Discover a trauma sensitive, social justice focused practice that engages contemplative practice and creative expression with dialogue around sensitive subjects such as race, class, gender and the intersection of systems of oppression and how they create a false hierarchy of identity.

Explore  living and doing the work of ensuring all beings are well and have equity and access to essential resources for thriving, freedom to show up in the body they show up in, safely navigating in their bodies and the ability to live in peace.

Influenced by Jesus, Starhawk, Joanna Macy, Lama Rod Owens, Dorothy Day, Rev angel Kyodo Williams, Thich Nhat Hahn, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, The Dalai Lama, Nadia Bolz Weber, Anabaptist Theology, Zenzu Earthyln Manuel, Rev.Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Angela Davis, Adrianne Maree Brown, and Jardana Peacock.

Additional Workshops

Explore Chakras and Energy Anatomy: An embodied practice to integrate the physical, spiritual, social, relational, emotional and mental aspects of your life..

Discover Yoga Philosophy and Ethics: A comprehensive exploration of yogic philosophy in our relationship to God, self and others.

Enjoy WholeHearted Living and Loving: Embodying the Qualities of the Heart Center!

Custom Wellness Workshops & Professional Development:  Develop a custom-tailored workshop with Rachel 

Contact us to inquire about any of these workshops or to consult with Rachel about an offering for your event.

about rachel

Rachel completed her yoga teacher training through the Anjali Yoga Teacher Training School, a Kripalu influenced program in Central PA and is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) through the Yoga Alliance. Rachel teaches yoga classes and offers specialized workshops locally, regionally and at national conferences. She also facilitates chant and mantra, a musical expression of Bhakti Yoga.

"The best yoga teachers structure their classes to be reflections of their most positive attributes and gifts. Rachel Allen is no exception! I have been practicing yoga for years, but I can tell you that Rachel’s classes are one of a kind! The keywords: Creative. Gentle. Healing. Spiritually Grounded!"
Lauren Wyatt