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Rated 5.0/5 based on 16 customer reviews.
October 30, 2019 07:27

I have been fortunate enough to take yoga classes all over the world and I can honestly say there is nowhere else like Dew. The teachers are excellent and I look forward to coming here every time. I I really can't imagine not being a part of this great community.

November 24, 2018 08:09

Oasis of Calm in the middle of Stamford
Community oriented yoga studio with a welcoming and wide variety of classes for all abilities and intentions. Stressed? There are meditation classes throughout the month. Rundown? Restoration and yin classes are offered throughout the week. Need a workout? Power and vinyasa classes too. Diversity in teachers and students have created an authentic community that reflects what is best about Stamford.

January 17, 2018 16:39

This is a wonderful studio for practicing yoga. There are two studios. One is on High Ridge (actually the entrance is in the rear, so you have to enter from Paul Pl) and the other is Hope Street (where I usually go with my wife) in downtown Springdale. Both have ample parking and both have immaculate, multiple spaces that are appropriately decorated. No need to bring mats since they are provided if you ask. My taste tends toward traditional Hatha Yoga which includes breathing (Pranayama), postures (asanas) and resting. I find Jeff and Jen offer just what I'm looking for in their Gentle Flow and Yin Yoga classes. If you are looking for some good fun, Vicki offers wonderful restorative classes. There are many other classes of different flavors for those who are looking for something different such as Vinyasa Yoga. I've been practicing Yoga and Tai Chi for 35 years and am so grateful that Dew Yoga is available in my community. Jen, the owner, is a lovely and very supportive instructor/owner who will greet you and warmly welcome you to your first class. Whether you are just getting started, re-starting, or a long time practitioner, there is sure to be a class/instructor that you will enjoy. Namaste!

January 17, 2018 16:39

This is a wonderful studio for practicing yoga. There are two studios. One is on High Ridge (actually the entrance is in the rear, so you have to enter from Paul Pl) and the other is Hope Street (where I usually go with my wife) in downtown Springdale. Both have ample parking and both have immaculate, multiple spaces that are appropriately decorated. No need to bring mats since they are provided if you ask. My taste tends toward traditional Hatha Yoga which includes breathing (Pranayama), postures (asanas) and resting. I find Jeff and Jen offer just what I'm looking for in their Gentle Flow and Yin Yoga classes. If you are looking for some good fun, Vicki offers wonderful restorative classes. There are many other classes of different flavors for those who are looking for something different such as Vinyasa Yoga. I've been practicing Yoga and Tai Chi for 35 years and am so grateful that Dew Yoga is available in my community. Jen, the owner, is a lovely and very supportive instructor/owner who will greet you and warmly welcome you to your first class. Whether you are just getting started, re-starting, or a long time practitioner, there is sure to be a class/instructor that you will enjoy. Namaste!

January 6, 2018 09:52

Top-notch instructors in a warm, welcoming environment.

December 7, 2017 21:19

Dew on Hope is the best stress reliever I have had in years. I was so nervous to start doing yoga, but everyone there was super nice and welcoming. The teacher was great about guiding me and helping me do the poses. No judgement, just compassion. Awesome space at Family Tree Yoga. Definitely want to keep learning there. Thanks for the class.

December 7, 2017 21:19

Dew on Hope is the best stress reliever I have had in years. I was so nervous to start doing yoga, but everyone there was super nice and welcoming. The teacher was great about guiding me and helping me do the poses. No judgement, just compassion. Awesome space at Family Tree Yoga. Definitely want to keep learning there. Thanks for the class.

December 7, 2017 21:08

My daughter has been raving about Dew Yoga for years, and I finally had the chance to check it out. I heard about the merger with Family Tree Yoga, so I took my first class at their secondary location, Dew on Hope. I loved it! The teacher was so inviting, with such a kind, soothing voice. It's an incredible community of people. I really lived the atmosphere at this space. Especially since it's winter, it was so nice to be in an environment that was so open and welcoming. It is spacious, but still manages to have this intimate, cozy vibe. Amazing and I can't wait to go back!

December 7, 2017 21:08

My daughter has been raving about Dew Yoga for years, and I finally had the chance to check it out. I heard about the merger with Family Tree Yoga, so I took my first class at their secondary location, Dew on Hope. I loved it! The teacher was so inviting, with such a kind, soothing voice. It's an incredible community of people. I really lived the atmosphere at this space. Especially since it's winter, it was so nice to be in an environment that was so open and welcoming. It is spacious, but still manages to have this intimate, cozy vibe. Amazing and I can't wait to go back!

December 7, 2017 21:00

I have been an avid lover of Dew Yoga for years. I was so excited to hear that they are expanding and now offering classes in Family Tree Yoga's studio space on Hope St. in Springdale. "Dew on Hope" as it is called, was an incredible experience. The studio space is gorgeous, and it is such a healing, calming environment. My problem has always been finding time to make a class, but now with double the classes to choose from due to the expansion, the odds are you can make a class! Dew on Hope is my new favorite thing, not to mention a life saver.

December 7, 2017 21:00

I have been an avid lover of Dew Yoga for years. I was so excited to hear that they are expanding and now offering classes in Family Tree Yoga's studio space on Hope St. in Springdale. "Dew on Hope" as it is called, was an incredible experience. The studio space is gorgeous, and it is such a healing, calming environment. My problem has always been finding time to make a class, but now with double the classes to choose from due to the expansion, the odds are you can make a class! Dew on Hope is my new favorite thing, not to mention a life saver.

October 25, 2017 11:40

I love Dew Yoga!

October 25, 2017 11:40

On the first Friday night of each month at 6:45pm for an hour. There is a meditation class taught by Alison DeNicola. It is so relaxing, soothing and healing. It is a must experience class! You will want to come back each month. Not a minute late trust me!!

Alison DeNicola,ihas a style that is all her own. Alison, will assist you to relax, with deep breathes, talks you into a favorite place for letting go, of your day. When the hour is over, you will feel as if you were on holiday. She gives you her all with special music, tucking you in with blankets & pillows, hands you a card to a closing send off. It is exciting to see were you are in your life, by reading the meaning of the card chosen. Alison takes the time to explain, the meaning of your card. She sends you away with graditude for attending her class and invites you back for the next..

5 Star Class that is a must to attend! Happily Lisa

October 25, 2017 11:40

I've been exploring all of the yoga studios in the area in search of a space that feels welcoming, safe, nurturing and inclusive --like home-- as I expand my practice both as a yoga student and teacher. Dew Yoga is that for me. During times that I crave a challenge, I take the vigorous classes. When I'm tight and in my head, I gravitate toward Rita's healing flow or Ann's Kripalu classes. Time and time again, I return to Dew because of their comprehensive offerings and focus on community. I respect the teachers and am drawn by their sincere interest in your wellbeing. The more I learn about the studio, the more I treasure it. I've observed toddlers run to Sage's Pajama Story Time, while their parents take some "me" time. I have practiced next to seniors, beginners and yogis that bend in all sorts of ways (I didn't know possible) all in the same room! They are consistently making space and adapting their offerings to the changing seasons and community's needs--thai massage, equinox meditations, yoga for cancer survivors, yoga for 12-step recovery, donation classes and workshops galore. Choosing three words to describe Dew: Authentic, Accessible, Community

October 25, 2017 11:40

Innovative & detailed instruction awakening body & soul; gentle and thoughtful instruction for all levels. A yoga community of compassion and open minds.

November 24, 2016 13:22

It was a healing experience

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