For Your FREE Introductory Tour, Orientation and Class
call 704-504-8866 or Apply Online.
200 Hour In-Depth Yoga Studies and Teacher Training
with Yogini Mara Healy
•Information •Curriculum •Application(pdf)
Deepen your knowledge of yoga over time. This course stretches over 9 weekends with 20 hours per weekend.
Guests are Always Welcome to our Asana Classes, Seminars and Workshops
Come in and discover just how affordable it is to become a student of The Yoga Institute at The Peaceful Dragon and enjoy some of the most comprehensive yoga training found anywhere in The United States!
Guests of our students and teachers are welcome at our daily classes, monthly seminars, quarterly workshops and teacher trainings.
Guests, please check in at our front service counter and let us know who you’re a guest of.
Classes – $15 ($10 for yoga teachers)
Monthly two-hours seminars – $29
Quarterly half-day workshops – $69
For additional special training opportunities see our Events Page.
“Since starting, I’ve seen improvements in my weight loss, muscle tone, I’m calmer and think clearer. I love the environment of it being a learning place and not just a yoga studio. You feel connected here.
They take time to learn your name. They ask questions to learn where you are and give suggestions to improve. Friendly staff. This really is like a family/community.”
–Tarshá Hamilton, 33, Singer/Songwriter, Charlotte, NC
“Classes at The Peaceful Dragon have completely transformed not just my physical strength and flexibility, but has allowed me an avenue to silence my mind and thereby able to cope with and even eliminate stress. Easily the best decision I’ve ever made was to start these classes.
Yoga and Tai Chi are a great way to get exercise with a purpose. Less stress, better posture, and a more relaxed attitude have allowed for a happier life.
The most positive qualities of the instructors are their knowledge base and acceptance of all ages, body types, and skill levels.
I have found no better way to total self-improvement that classes at The Peaceful Dragon.”
–Rodney Hale, 45, Fort Mill, SC