On January 2, 2022, join Amy Olshanski and her team of yoga instructors to celebrate Hands at Heart Yoga’s one-year anniversary. HAHY will offer free 45-minute classes all day, live music by Haley Meehan, food, raffles, and fun.
“Enter our plank contest to try your luck at beating Hands at Heart Yoga Instructor and “plank master” Sarah Sclafani to win an annual paid-in-full yoga membership,” said Amy.
Forty-minute classes will provide the public with an opportunity to meet the dynamic instructors that have made the yoga studio a sanctuary for so many people during these turbulent times.
Offering memberships and open seven days a week, the studio features qualified teachers who will facilitate your endeavors whether you’re a beginner or want to deepen your practice or decide to become a Certified Yoga Instructor and share your passion with others.
In 2012, Amy suffered life-altering traumas, and yoga helped her rebuild. As a result, Amy wants the rest of the world to know that it’s possible for anybody. A year later, Amy founded Hands at Heart Yoga, providing corporate and private yoga instruction. In January 2021, in the heart of the pandemic, she took a giant leap of faith and found a space of her own, a special place where you can forget about the rest of the world and make yourself and your health a priority.
Amy’s classes are challenging and inspiring. She understands first-hand that people need a venue to heal the body from the inside out on levels that can only be experienced, not described. This is why she has created the studio and surrounded herself with other skilled professionals in the Yoga community who provide an authentic experience where you learn to breathe.
She opened her doors, offering hybrid classes, energy healing, yoga teacher training programs, and yoga retreats on top of corporate and private yoga instruction. Where others failed, Hands at Heart Yoga continues to thrive.
Also in January is the Full Moon Flow & Art on January 16 in the studio. Students can join Amy as she leads a full moon flow & full moon guided meditation. She will then help them tap into their creative side with a full moon-inspired painting. Supplies, snacks, wine, and drinks included.
“This falls on the end of our four-day immersion to kick off yoga teacher training. What better time to set intentions and manifest. Students come in exhausted and leave saying, ‘this was so awesome!’” she said, “As people have discovered us, I’m excited for them to trust my beautiful space for their yoga journey.”
Hands at Heart Yoga is located on the southeast corner of Race Track Road and Tampa Road at 13946 West Hillsborough Avenue. To learn more, schedule classes or register for an event or Yoga Teacher Training, visit handsatheartyoga.yoga or like them on Facebook to stay up to date on upcoming events.