Yoga/Pilates Studio Classes
Join us as Indigo Physio opens our movement studio, adjacent to our Baltimore City location. Find a home in your body, guided by highly trained yoga instructors with our expert physical therapists, and rejoin community in our small group classes. Our newly renovated, light and airy studio is ground floor level with ample parking. We welcome all levels, from people looking to dip their toes in for the first time to long time practicing yogis.
Indigo’s yoga and Pilates classes are inclusive and for all bodies. Indigo practice’s trauma informed, affirming yoga, physical therapy, and bodywork. Please see below for our class descriptions and register at the link below.
Join Indigo’s highly trained and specialized yoga instructors, guided by our own pelvic physical therapists, as they assist you in comfort and body and mind preparation on your prenatal journey towards birth. Prenatal yoga incorporates light vinyasa postures combined with deliberate breathing that can be used through each trimester of pregnancy and postpartum. Combinations of stretching, focused breathing, and asana are used to promote relaxation, and meditation, as well as preparing the necessary core and hip strength, pelvic bowl opening, and strength necessary for laboring in various positions. Prenatal yoga is open and welcome to all birthing individuals in all stages of pregnancy. Find comfort, resources, and community in our classes.
Join Indigo’s highly trained and specialized yoga instructors, guided by our own pelvic physical therapists, as you metamorphosize into your parenthood journey- mind and body. Postpartum yoga incorporates light vinyasa postures combined with deliberate breathing, abdominal initiation, stretching that is mindful of hormones and their impact on your mobility, pelvic floor and core restoration, and much more. Combinations of stretching, focused breathing, and asana are used to promote safe muscle engagement, initiation of more endurance holds, posture, body awareness, balance, and much more. Find comfort, resources, and community in our classes.
Vinyasa Flow emphasizes asanas (movements) guided by deliberate breathing patterns. A vinyasa flow enables one to combine the body, breath and spirit through a series of postures. This practice introduces a meditative state that creates mental and physical strength, freedom, and unity between the body and the mind. Vinyasa caters to all beings providing a unique experience for each individual.
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga incorporating principles and teaching of traditional Chinese medicine. Each posture is a light stretch held for a longer period of time tapping into the connective tissue of the body. Yin Yoga is an excellent form of release and relaxation enabling improved joint mobility, flexibility, increases circulation, reduced stress and anxiety, and creates equilibrium of the organs to improve Chi.
Prenatal & Postpartum Pilates
Yoga for Runners
Yoga for Runners will guide you through a series of asanas (postures) to ignite physical and mental strength and bring a greater sense of balance and resilience, which you can take off of your mat to hit the ground running.
Yoga for Pelvic Pain
Yoga + Pelvic PT Package
All new pelvic physical therapy clients will receive 1 free yoga class upon completion of appointment.
Schedule your next class below.
COVID precautions for classes:
Classes will be limited in participants in order to allow for social distancing. Masks will be required for participants and instructors; all of Indigo’s staff and instructors are vaccinated. Please wash your hands upon arrival. All participants will have temperature checks and COVID screening performed. Please bring your own yoga mat.
Class cancellation policy:
Class registrations not cancelled within 24 hours will be charged. As our class sizes are limited, this allows waitlist participants to schedule.
Judy Kurjan-Frank, MA, CMA, RYT200, RPYT
Judy Kurjan-Frank, MA, CMA, RYT200, RPYT is a Baltimore based yoga teacher, dancer, choreographer, dance educator, and Certified Movement Analyst. She received her BA in dance at the University of Maryland, College Park, and her MA in Dance education at New York University. After teaching dance in New York City public schools, she returned to Maryland and brought her dance program to Baltimore CIty Public Schools. During this time she became a Certified Movement Analyst through the Laban Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies. She also became a certified yoga teacher through Charm CIty Yoga, and a certified prenatal yoga teacher under the direction of Heather Brown at the Womb Room, where she held a community creative movement class for toddlers and young children. She has performed and taught movement up and down the East coast and as far away as Kampala, Uganda.
Photo credit: Matt Kelley