New Classes!

Posted November 7, 2013

We’ll be opening very soon, and when we do we’ll be adding three all new classes to the schedule. We can’t wait for you to come check out our new offerings!

Click through to our SCHEDULE to sign up for any of these classes now. Classes begin on November 18th.

3pplATMsmallFeldenkrais Awareness Through Movement ®

Sundays at 4:30PM with Tessa Chandler

The Feldenkrais Method is a slow-moving practice for gradually reorganizing HOW you move in all activities. Ever feel like that neck and shoulder tension will never go away, no matter how many massages you get? Come un-learn the habits that create unnecessary tension in the first place. Always stiff, no matter how much you stretch? This class will help you restore your natural range of movement and comfort, without stretching or sweating. Nursing an injury, or want something less strenuous than a yoga class but just as rewarding? Feldenkrais uses a low-risk learning environment where attention, rather than movement production, is the top priority. With practice, you’ll learn to reduce the unconscious wear-and-tear in your daily activities, and find more energy and potency in your life.


Mondays at 9AM with Joseph Glaser
Wednesdays at 9AM with Lisa Benner
Sundays at 9AM with Lisa Benner

This practice includes ancient breathing, asana, mantras, relaxation and meditation techniques that are practiced to remove negative states of mind, promoting positive thinking, leading to higher states of physical and mental health.

These specific practices are based on gaining true power founded in Self-knowledge and are initiated by sitting with the teacher and with continued self-practice to present a complete holistic system that creates stability in body, mind and spirit.

The emphasis of Hathavidya practice is for the student to develop their own way – a perfect path of yoga.

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Mondays at 8AM with John Morton

This class focuses on the traditional Yang Family Long Form of Tai Chi Chuan, with a special emphasis on proper posture, connectedness of movement, and mindfulness. The steady, flowing movements and energetic structure of Tai Chi Chuan are central to its practice both as a form of Qigong, or chi cultivating exercise and meditation, and as a martial art. The form is taught slowly and incrementally to ensure safety and proper technique. The class is for all skill levels, and new students are encouraged to participate.


Bread and Yoga
5000 Broadway, Suite A
(Entrance on 212th St.)
New York, NY 10034