YogaSteady's mission is to offer quality hot yoga instruction to Northern Virginia. Our vision is to expand beyond the borders of one brick-and-mortar location to offer virtual services and retreats around the county.
Hi, We're Jenifer & MIchael
We each started practicing Hot Yoga (which was known at the time as Bikram Yoga) around 2005 and immediately experienced the amazing life changing benefits. We met many years later in 2014 and worked together as an Owner/Manager team until 2020.
The Bikram brand eventually dissolved, the tried-and true yoga practice separated from the organization, and scores of yoga studios either closed or were abandoned. But our partnership was stronger than ever.
We formed our official business partnership in 2021💍💍 We absolutely knew this powerful method of yoga had worked for millions of people around the world regardless of what it was called, and we knew it was our responsibility to continue to share it with others. We passionately believe in the daily and immediate healing that yoga can bring to all kinds of people, backgrounds, and body types who want to show up for themselves.
Today, we’ve developed and currently run our own teacher trainings in affiliation with the Original Hot Yoga Association (OHYA) and the Yoga Alliance. We continue to work with and mentor a robust, talented, and diversified teaching staff who teach both In-Studio and Virtually.
Learn About our Staff
OHY = Original Hot Yoga WVY = Warm Vinyasa Yoga
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YogaSteady chooses the Original Hot Yoga Association.
(OHYA - just say “OH YEAH!”)
OHYA ensures that the next generation of Original Hot Yoga teachers are qualified and committed to offering studios and students high quality and effective 26 & 2 teaching. OHYA is committed to the standards they've established to create highly trained teachers that can excel and easily integrate into 26 & 2 studios.
"Following two total hip replacements, two foot surgeries, and a host of other excuses, I did not think I would ever return to the hot room for 26&2 yoga. After following all the instructions of my orthopedic surgeon regarding recovery, I mustered up the nerve to try a 90-minute class again.
It was a revelation. Now, at age 64, I'm back in the hot room and loving it. I'm getting more benefits from the practice now than I ever did. I can see real progress in my struggle to improve balance, strength, and stamina.
Happily, none of my yoga activities have been impeded by my various surgeries, and I do not suffer any pain. In fact, in addition to the satisfaction of exercising, I have increased tranquility and patience. If you knew me, you would know that both those things are sorely needed.
Naturally, I would be remiss if I did not mention the support provided by the studio owners and the YogaSteady staff. They make taking yoga classes rewarding and encourage each small increment of improvement. I plan to continue my practice for many years."