Please note: Due to heavy rain forecasted for June 5, this program is postponed to Saturday, August 27, at 9 .am.
A new program along the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail combines a love of nature with a love of yoga.
Stretch, breathe and hike at Explorer Yoga on the Trail on Sunday, June 5, at 9 a.m. at Blakely Borough Recreational Complex in Peckville. Lackawanna Heritage Valley National and State Heritage Area (LHV) and Jaya Yoga will host the program as part of a series of special events commemorating Lackawanna Heritage Valley’s 25th anniversary.
Hilary Steinberg, owner and instructor of Jaya Yoga, in Clarks Summit, will lead a combined session of yoga and hiking along the trail. The program concludes with refreshments and light fare immediately following the hike. Donations to benefit Lackawanna Heritage Valley will be accepted gladly.
Yoga mats will be provided to all participants and pre-registration is required. To reserve a place in the class, contact Julie Imel at 570.963.6730, extension 8203, or email@example.com by June 1. The program is open to people age 12 and older, and yogis of all skill levels are welcome to Explorer Yoga on the Trail!
Blakely Borough Recreational Complex is located at the intersection of Keystone Avenue and River Street in Peckville. Explorer Yoga participants should enter on the Keystone Avenue side of the park. For directions, click here. For more information on Jaya Yoga, visit www.jayayogastudio.com.
About Hilary Steinberg
Hilary B. Steinberg is a Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructor and owner of Jaya Yoga Studio in Clarks Summit. In addition to her hands-on experience teaching diverse yoga classes to a broad based range of students, Hilary holds certification in pre-natal yoga, children’s yoga, adaptive yoga, Reiki and Pilates. According to her students, Hilary’s classes are challenging, inspiring, invigorating, innovative and empowering.
Prior to opening Jaya Yoga Studio in her hometown, Hilary spent 14 years in Los Angeles working in the entertainment industry. She brings to Jaya her experience in production and talent management as well as entrepreneurial expertise.
Outside of the studio, Hilary teaches yoga at the University of Scranton, Keystone College, regional corporations, high schools and elementary schools. She dedicates her time to public service, serving on the board of Yoga Journeys, the Sergeant Jan Argonish Ride and holds free yoga classes for many non-profit organizations, including the musicians of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic and Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, and Lackawanna Heritage Valley National and State Heritage Area.
Hilary has been featured in WVIA’s Our Town, The Scranton Times, The Abington Journal, Suburban Weekly, 94.3 The Talker, and PA LIVE.
She is committed to guiding others to realize their potential through the power of yoga.