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every age, gender, level of ability or body type. Classes at our studio are conducted in an atmosphere that is
non-judgmental and non-threatening.
In the summer of 2013, Randy Harwood took a simple, beautiful idea — to open a yoga studio that would awaken and inspire everyday people — and brought it to sparkling, vibrant life. The thoughtful realization of that dream is Peace Love Yoga Palm Springs, the yoga studio for “every” body!
A seasoned yogi with years of experience, Randy immersed herself in the diverse world of yoga, discovering its many benefits for both the body and the mind. Each new experience brought about a deeper understanding of yoga’s profound ability to heal the body, to reduce or eliminate illness and bring ease and peace to the spirit.
In bringing her dream to life, Randy discovered the ideal space for her studio: A former flower shop nestled on the southern end of one of Palm Springs’ busiest roads, Palm Canyon Dr. Randy believed the gentle energy of that former enterprise still flows through the space. “There’s a genuine feeling of calm and sweetness I didn’t experience in other locations I looked at,” she explained. “Once I was here, I saw the mountains and the beautiful Jacaranda trees … I knew this was the right place.”
Every aspect of the studio was mindfully chosen to enhance its feeling of peace and comfort. The soft white walls of the welcome area are offset by a sand-dappled floor; accents of sea-green and turquoise abound, while the cool studio air is scented with lavender. “I wanted to create a loving, nurturing environment where anyone, regardless of their ability would feel safe and supported in their yoga practice.”
As the studio entered it’s fifth successful year in operation it welcomed a new owner, Chuck Burks. Chuck was one of the first instructors to teach at the studio and is part of a unique gathering of some of the Desert’s most experienced, respected teachers, including Karol Trejo (Hatha, Vinyasa, Gentle); Tricia White (Hatha, Gentle, Vinyasa, Meditation); Barry Raccio (Kundalini, Gong Sound Bath & Meditation); Margaret Wilcox (Tri-Yoga, Meditation, Reiki); and Dylan Dray (Mat Pilates & Yoga). This fall, we’re honored to welcome Martha Richmond (Beginning Yoga); Candace Kentridge-Britton (Beginning & Restorative Yoga); and in 2020, Cathy Cassetta returns to our studio to teach Myofascial Release, a technique that uses very gentle, sustained pressure on myofascial connective tissue to eliminate pain and restore motion.
Our studio has a simple philosophy. “We believe in the transformational power of yoga. We’ve experienced it in our own lives and we’ve witnessed it in our fellow yogis. Yoga is training for life. We believe that the regular practice of pranayama (breathwork), asana (postures), savasana (relaxation) and dhyana (meditation) can lead you to a more healthful life — physically, mentally and spiritually. We believe yoga should be affordable and accessible to all.”
We invite you to experience the joy and health benefits of this ancient practice at our beautiful studio located at 1572 S Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs Ca, (760) 600-0328.
Come celebrate with us and experience how yoga can transform you from the inside out. Namaste
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We’d love to share a practice with you! You’ll find convenient off-street parking on E Avenida Olancha. Mats, blankets, bolsters and other yoga props provided to support your practice. There is NO CHARGE for the use of mats or other yoga props during practice at our studio.
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