Sun & Moon Yoga Studio

Sun & Moon Yoga Studio


We're so grateful to Sun & Moon Yoga Studio for once again making us part of their virtual Thanksgiving celebration! They will hold an open Zoom class on Thanksgiving Day, Thurs., Nov. 25, 10a-1:30p, featuring yoga, meditation, gratitude and community. The event is free, but they suggest a donation to Britepaths or the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC). Register and learn more:
This coming weekend, join us for a special weekend workshop at Sun & Moon Yoga Studio in Virginia:

The weekend after that I'll be in Manchester, England teaching for Yoga Manchester! Getting back to bizness!
Hi, the Northern Virginia JCC on Little River Turnpike is looking for yoga teachers. If you are interested, just phone in and ask for the fitness director at 703.323.0880.
Yoga is one of the best ways to cleanse and clear a blocked Root Chakra as well as to strengthen a deficient one or energize one that is a bit sluggish. Join me tonight - live via Zoom - at 6pm for the first of seven special Yoga For Healthy Aging classes this summer where I will be helping you to learn about and explore your seven Chakras from building a strong foundation all the way through to the Crown Root of enlightenment.

๐Ÿ™ ๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ We will have Mudras and Meditation for each Chakra - Sun & Moon Yoga Studio All Levels embraced in this class. And if you can't make the class? No problem! All Classes are recorded and the gift is it's available for a month. So you will not miss a thing!

Follow the link to sign up! I hope to see you there! ๐Ÿฅฐ
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๐ŸŒˆHappy Pride Month!๐ŸŒˆ We celebrate and uplift LGBTQ+ culture and identities! We also recognize that inclusivity, like yoga, is an ongoing practice. Yoga is, from its roots, in support of inclusivity, diversity, and accessibility. In this workshop with Pooja Virani, we discuss how yoga and community spaces can be more LGBTQ+ inclusive through the lens of modern social movements and ancient history. Join us to dive deep into tools we can use together to make our yoga and community spaces braver and safer for LGBTQ+ folx while honoring yoga's cultures and traditions.

Pooja Virani is a Pain-Free Movement Specialist and Social Justice Consultant on a mission to spread joy, foster equality, and help people reach their highest potential. A former International Development & Nonprofit Management professional, she facilitates Social Justice training for yoga, community organizations, and businesses and leads yoga classes and discussion groups for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC persons. Her goal is to make yoga, community, and professional spaces more diverse, inclusive, and equitable.

Workshop brought to you in partnership with Sun & Moon Yoga Studio โ˜€๏ธ๐ŸŒ™


#belovedyogasanctuary #belovedyoga #nourishyourbelovedself #belovedsangha #thebelovedisinyou #yogalove #yogainspiration #yogaeveryday #yogaeveryway #virginiayoga #restonva #dmvareayoga #pridemonth #supportlgbtq #representationmatters
๐˜–๐˜ฏ๐˜ญ๐˜ช๐˜ฏ๐˜ฆ ๐˜ž๐˜ฐ๐˜ณ๐˜ฌ๐˜ด๐˜ฉ๐˜ฐ๐˜ฑ ๐˜š๐˜ฆ๐˜ณ๐˜ช๐˜ฆ๐˜ด: ๐˜”๐˜ข๐˜ฌ๐˜ช๐˜ฏ๐˜จ ๐˜™๐˜ฐ๐˜ฐ๐˜ฎ ๐˜ง๐˜ฐ๐˜ณ ๐˜‘๐˜ฐ๐˜บ


This three-week series will provide a gentle healing space for you to feel safe and supported as you move forward in your healing journey.

Led by Halli Faulkner, this series will invite you to use the tools of movement, breath, and meditation to help you tap into your own healing power and make room for *joy* in your everyday life.

This series will end with a celebration of the summer solstice, an auspicious day and a perfect time for celebrating in community.

During each workshop, the most important thing is that you feel empowered to make the choices that are best for you. If you have any questions before signing up or feel nervous before joining a workshop, please feel free to DM us.

Everyone is welcome โ€“ we find strength in coming together as a diverse community of survivors. Sun & Moon Yoga Studio

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"How do we choose to go on? What do we choose to do before we start the engine and go on again?" Thanks to Annie Moyer of Sun & Moon Yoga Studio for her enlightening dharma talk and meditation session on Thursday. And thank you to all who joined us. In case you missed it, here's the video:

So grateful to our Sun & Moon Yoga community for all the ways they support our work and help our families each year.

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Please join our friends at Sun & Moon Yoga Studio in the effort to support India. The situation there is heartbreaking and critical.
We're grateful for YOU, and our friends at Sun & Moon Yoga Studio Sun & Moon Yoga - Fairfax ! Join Us tomorrow, Thursday, May 6 at 7p. Free and open to all, via zoom. Registration link below.

Sun & Moon's Annie Moyer will help us explore how to root ourselves in these uncertain moments as we remain faithful in the possibilities for a brighter future of well being, peace of mind, and compassionate service.
I got to do one of my most favorite things this morning: teach gentle yoga for Sun & Moon Yoga Studio .

I haven't introduced myself in a long, long time... so I thought I'd say "hi!"

I'm Jen. I specialize in blending ancient wisdom with contemporary spiritual psychology to help folx of all stripes cultivate the inner resources of resilience, courage, and genuine happiness โ€” what I see are the survive and thrive skills for the 21st century.

More specifically, I've been teaching yoga and mindfulness in the Washington, DC area for nearly 20 years. Of course, these days all the magic happens here in my tiny yoga room via Zoom.

I'm also an Internal Family Systems (IFS) practitioner. I taproot empathy, compassion, and mindful listening to help spiritual seekers process uncomfortable material surfaced in their practice. We can't bypass these feelings. In fact, when we lean in and heal old wounds, the spiritual path breaks wide open. What comes next is endless.

Social media is so weird. I can't really see you, but I want to know you. If you feel inclined, drop a few nuggets in the comments about yourself. Like the caterpillar in *Alice in Wonderland* says, "Who aaaaare yoooouuuuu?" ๐Ÿ› ๐Ÿ˜Š
I'm offering a little mini-workshop this Sunday on the contemplative practice of Lojong - pithy aphorisms that tilt the mind towards compassion.

I'm grateful for the generous support of Sun & Moon Yoga Studio for hosting this program. Sign up to join live or watch the recording here:

โ™ฅ๏ธ ๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ ๐Ÿ™

Sun & Moon is about connection: minds to bodies, yoga practice to wellness, and people to each other. Our teachers have been supporting and embracing every individual who walks through our locally-owned, community-supported doors since 1994.

JOIN US! Sun & Moon Yoga is about connection. We connect minds to bodies, yoga practice to wellness, and people to each other. We keep room temperatures in the comfortable 70s, so the body generates its own inner heat at a natural pace. Students can commit to a regular weekly class, grab a flex pass good for six months in any class, or opt for an unlimited membership to come as often as they like.

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Whether you are new to meditation or an established practitioner, this workshop is an opportunity to immerse yourself in a series of guided meditations and short periods of silence. Both provide a respite from the pressures and concerns of daily life, a wise perspective on troubling realities, as well as a space to simply be; be with yourself; be in humble community with others; and be silent. Join @marjorieames this Sunday in studio or from home. Youโ€™ll be glad you did.


Whether we share a fence or an ocean, we are all human neighbors. #pausethescroll #breathe #peace #standwithukraine

Sun & Moon Yoga Studio updated their information in their About section. 03/04/2022

Sun & Moon Yoga Studio updated their information in their About section.

Sun & Moon Yoga Studio updated their information in their About section.


Ukraine is on our minds this week as we watch with horror and heartbreak all that is unfolding. In the midst of crisis, whether near or far, whether personally affected or not, it's important to pay as much attention to the way events lodge inside us as we do to the events themselves. If we ignore the news, we lose the ingredients for caring, but if we consume the information without taking time to process and digest the tension, fear, despair, or anger it may provoke, we risk a level of overwhelm that leaves us unable to respond usefully.
Teacher and scholar Stephen Cope describes the two pillars of yoga as clear seeing and calm abiding. We can use the tools of mindfulness to stay informed, movement to stay grounded, and breath to remind us that we are all profoundly connected. If your heart is breaking, if your gut is clenched in fear, if your thoughts are hot with anger: take some long breaths, lie down on the floor and stretch your body, or stand on your feet and feel your strong roots; take a walk with a friend or come to yoga class. And with every act of self care and outreach, bid a grateful welcome to your beautiful, interconnected soul.


โ€ฆ Life is a sensory tour, and along the way we amass sensory souvenirs that of likes, dislikes, cravings, avoidances, and So. Many. Feelings. Emotion and memory are engines with powerful sensory ignitions โ€“ play me one bar of Madonna's "Get Into the Groove," and I'm instantly back in 1985, dancing in a dive bar in Syracuse with a lacy bow in my permed hair and a dozen black rubber bracelets climbing up my sleeve.
In mindfulness practice, we focus on what we sense in the moment โ€“ย signposts of presence. While meditating, presence creates inner trail guide so we donโ€™t get lost in the woods of anxiety, confused in the forest of distraction, or pushed off depression's cliff. On a yoga mat, presence keeps our joints and muscles injury-free, and our systemic bodies on track for therapeutic reward.
Those familiar with yoga's eight-limbed path know that โ€œpratyharaโ€ means "withdrawal of the sensesโ€ โ€“ย are we getting it wrong to notice what weโ€™re sending? Not at all!
To withdraw the senses is to arrest the reactivity that assigns value or preference to sensory inputs. It's the ability for a veteran with PTSD to hear a balloon pop and recognize theyโ€™re safe at home rather than back in battle; it's the freedom to smell the waft of someone's cigarette and not derail a decade of smoking abstinence; it's the enjoyment of your favorite song without re-living the sorrow of the breakup it accompanied.
The Greek poet C.P. Cavafy expresses a beautiful sensory reconciliation in "Ithaka," where the mythical journey home makes room for "many a summer morning ... [and] many sensual perfumes." But when we finally arrive in our truest home โ€“ the one enshrined in silent presence โ€“ it has "nothing left to give you now ... wise as you will have become ... "
Here, in the Ithacas of our hearts, we are at once the sum of all we've enjoyed and endured, grounded in the depths of a clarified mind that glistens with a universal light, entirely senseless and completely alive.
๐Ÿ“ท @lchengphoto


All you need is love โ€” plus some basic human needs to make life livable and allow all beings to be free from suffering.

Photos from Sun & Moon Yoga Studio's post 02/14/2022

Hearts show up in all forms. Full, generous, devoted, hungry, broken, healing, made of gold, and sometimes on a delightful stroll on a trail in your town (thank you, @arlcommunityarts !) We hope your heart is nourished today and all days.


We know that so many are in pain right now. The whys of pain and the hows of healing are infinite, but the compassion and the faith is singular. Be good to each other, be patient with each self.


Can. Not. Wait.
Posted @withregram โ€ข @diannebondyyogaofficial The Path to Equity: Yoga for Every Body with me!

The best part about this weekend is that you can take it online with me or in a class setting @sunandmoonyogava

You can come for 1 class or come for the whole program!

First we UNPACK! Who we are, both on and off the mat!

Second, we learn. Yoga is for every body, so how do we do that? How do we change our classes, our studios and communities to address the fact that every body is not being included?

Lastly, we apply what we have learned! This is an ongoing and collaborative learning experience and discussion.

Check the ๐Ÿ”— below ๐Ÿ‘†๐Ÿฟ for more information.

#joyfulmindfulmovement #diannebondy #diannebondyyoga #yogaforeverybody #yogaforall #accessibleyoga #yogatogether #yogaonline #yogateacher


May your heart stay warm in the coldest of times. #mindfulness #pausethescroll #staywarm #keepthefaith

Photos from Sun & Moon Yoga Studio's post 01/25/2022

What do reptiles and restorative yoga have in common? Brumation! Brumation is a period of dormancy, similar to hibernation, during which an organism becomes physically inactive. It is an adaptive strategy, used by some cold-blooded animals like reptiles and amphibians to survive cold temperatures.
Restorative yoga is a style of asana during which slightly atypical or challenging shapes for the body are held for long periods of time, and supported by props to facilitate ease and relaxation.
So, a human-and-herpetofauna-inclusive definition of brumation might be: a state of productive inactivity in a cozy spot during cold weather.

For a snake, that cozy spot might be a hibernaculum in a sturdy rock wall; for a turtle, perhaps a burrow in the mucky bottom of a pond. For a human, that cozy spot can be a yoga mat (or soft rug, or even a bed) surrounded by blankets and pillows.

How is brumation productive? Simply put, it allows us all to survive.ย Without it, some animals wouldnโ€™t make it through the winter; and, without the physiological and mental benefits of allowing our bodies productive relaxation, human life is a bit more of a struggle.
Link in bio for all our brumate-ey classes this winter!


โ€œSometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joyโ€
โœจ ~ @thichnhathanh
Thich Nhat Hanh
1926 - 2022
With eternal gratitude



And he is eternally home now ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ Thank you for a lifetimeโ€™s worth of lessons and love.
Posted @withregram โ€ข @thichnhathanh What do we need to do in order to "go home"?โ €
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Thich Nhat Hanh teaching on Christmas Eve, 2010.


May you wake each morning with a full heart. #pausethescroll #mindfulness #gratitude


Against a blazing red sunset through the trees in my little semi-urban neighborhood, I fell in stride with a neighbor. I was with my dog, a block's distance behind this person, so I couldn't see much detail, but I saw enough to know that none of customary reasons for an afternoon walk seemed to apply โ€“ no pet on a leash, no child on a bike, no briefcase or headphones, no jogging suit or tennis shoes, and no discernible hurry toward any particular destination.
Just a person in khaki pants, street shoes, and a coat, out for a leisurely stroll. That much isn't remarkable, but the notable thing was what happened at each corner: my stranger-friend stopped, reached arms up to the sky, folded forward, bent their knees, and reach up tall again, followed by a crescent-shaped stretch to one side and then the other. And then they carried on, presumably catching glimpses of the same dramatic sky out ahead.
Before the pandemic, I used to muse about the proliferation of yoga studios popping up on every corner, wondering how it would shake out economically and socially, wondering if yoga communities would disperse to the point of evaporation. Then Covid happened. People found endlessly creative ways to practice, and being in community took on new dimensions. Yesterday my sense of yoga on every corner also took on a new dimension, and it was the loveliest sight to see, second only to the glorious sunset in the backdrop.
- @anniebmoyer


Posted @withregram โ€ข @animal_asana Starting this Sunday at @sunandmoonyogava

Class begins with a short meditation. Then we practice just a few poses, supported by lots of props (whatever you have at home- no fancy yoga gear needed)! Wear your socks and your coziest sweaterโ„๏ธ๐Ÿงฃ

You can join me on Zoom FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD or in the lovely Sun and Moon studio (w/ masks!)

#restorativeyoga #yoga #yogaclass #virtualyoga #asana #asanapractice #sunandmoonyoga #arlingtonva #natureyoga #relaxandrestore

Our Story

Sun & Moon Yoga is about connection. We connect individuals to their needs, learning and practice to wellness, and people to each other. Rather than striving for trendy perfection, our everyday teachers connect with the real people who have been walking through our locally-owned, community-supported doors every day since 1994. Join us.

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3811 Lee Hwy
Arlington, VA

General information

Our philosophy is based on an eclectic blend of hatha yoga traditions with instructors who share a strong passion for teaching and a commitment to giving students a nurturing home for exploring the art and science of yoga. Sun & Moon Yoga Studio has two locations: - 3811 Lee Highway, Arlington VA - 9998 Main Street, Fairfax VA

Opening Hours

Monday 6am - 9pm
Tuesday 6am - 9pm
Wednesday 6am - 9pm
Thursday 6am - 9pm
Friday 6am - 9pm
Saturday 8am - 3pm
Sunday 10am - 3pm

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