Abigail Stevenson


Preferred Pronouns: she/her
Hometown: NYC
Birthday: 1/22
Training: 200 hr YTT Pure Yoga, 200 Katonah Yoga, 50 hr Energy and Subtle Body Laughing Lotus, 80 hr Thyroid Yoga, 85 hr Prenatal/Postnatal Prenatal Yoga Center, Full Spectrum Doula Ancient Song (mentorship with Amy Brown)
Describe your class in one sentence: My classes are playful and nurturing, weaving in Katonah principles- expect pranayama, music, and hands on assists.
Music: Fun Sad Girl + Magnetic Fields
Special talent: high threshold to boredom
Instagram: @abbylis
Website: abigailstevenson.yoga

Upcoming schedule

Monday, February 26

Our signature recipe, taught at an open level. The primary traditions we study and borrow from are Vinyasa, Katonah Yoga®, Taoist theory, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Hatha, as well as several different meditation and breathing practices. We believe that braiding from a diverse pool of influences helps create a stronger offering for physical, emotional, and cultural health and wellbeing. Teachers are encouraged to introduce their individual tricks and techniques to the recipe, so every class is unique! SKY TING Yoga is always evolving and varies greatly from teacher to teacher.

60 min
In-Person

Our signature recipe, taught at an open level. The primary traditions we study and borrow from are Vinyasa, Katonah Yoga®, Taoist theory, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Hatha, as well as several different meditation and breathing practices. We believe that braiding from a diverse pool of influences helps create a stronger offering for physical, emotional, and cultural health and wellbeing. Teachers are encouraged to introduce their individual tricks and techniques to the recipe, so every class is unique! SKY TING Yoga is always evolving and varies greatly from teacher to teacher.

60 min
In-Person
Tuesday, February 27

Our signature recipe, taught at an open level. The primary traditions we study and borrow from are Vinyasa, Katonah Yoga®, Taoist theory, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Hatha, as well as several different meditation and breathing practices. We believe that braiding from a diverse pool of influences helps create a stronger offering for physical, emotional, and cultural health and wellbeing. Teachers are encouraged to introduce their individual tricks and techniques to the recipe, so every class is unique! SKY TING Yoga is always evolving and varies greatly from teacher to teacher.

60 min
In-Person
Monday, March 04

Our signature recipe, taught at an open level. The primary traditions we study and borrow from are Vinyasa, Katonah Yoga®, Taoist theory, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Hatha, as well as several different meditation and breathing practices. We believe that braiding from a diverse pool of influences helps create a stronger offering for physical, emotional, and cultural health and wellbeing. Teachers are encouraged to introduce their individual tricks and techniques to the recipe, so every class is unique! SKY TING Yoga is always evolving and varies greatly from teacher to teacher.

60 min
In-Person
Tuesday, March 05

Our signature recipe, taught at an open level. The primary traditions we study and borrow from are Vinyasa, Katonah Yoga®, Taoist theory, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Hatha, as well as several different meditation and breathing practices. We believe that braiding from a diverse pool of influences helps create a stronger offering for physical, emotional, and cultural health and wellbeing. Teachers are encouraged to introduce their individual tricks and techniques to the recipe, so every class is unique! SKY TING Yoga is always evolving and varies greatly from teacher to teacher.

60 min
In-Person
Monday, March 11

Our signature recipe, taught at an open level. The primary traditions we study and borrow from are Vinyasa, Katonah Yoga®, Taoist theory, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Hatha, as well as several different meditation and breathing practices. We believe that braiding from a diverse pool of influences helps create a stronger offering for physical, emotional, and cultural health and wellbeing. Teachers are encouraged to introduce their individual tricks and techniques to the recipe, so every class is unique! SKY TING Yoga is always evolving and varies greatly from teacher to teacher.

60 min
In-Person
Tuesday, March 12

Our signature recipe, taught at an open level. The primary traditions we study and borrow from are Vinyasa, Katonah Yoga®, Taoist theory, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Hatha, as well as several different meditation and breathing practices. We believe that braiding from a diverse pool of influences helps create a stronger offering for physical, emotional, and cultural health and wellbeing. Teachers are encouraged to introduce their individual tricks and techniques to the recipe, so every class is unique! SKY TING Yoga is always evolving and varies greatly from teacher to teacher.

60 min
In-Person
Monday, March 18

Our signature recipe, taught at an open level. The primary traditions we study and borrow from are Vinyasa, Katonah Yoga®, Taoist theory, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Hatha, as well as several different meditation and breathing practices. We believe that braiding from a diverse pool of influences helps create a stronger offering for physical, emotional, and cultural health and wellbeing. Teachers are encouraged to introduce their individual tricks and techniques to the recipe, so every class is unique! SKY TING Yoga is always evolving and varies greatly from teacher to teacher.

60 min
In-Person
Tuesday, March 19

Our signature recipe, taught at an open level. The primary traditions we study and borrow from are Vinyasa, Katonah Yoga®, Taoist theory, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Hatha, as well as several different meditation and breathing practices. We believe that braiding from a diverse pool of influences helps create a stronger offering for physical, emotional, and cultural health and wellbeing. Teachers are encouraged to introduce their individual tricks and techniques to the recipe, so every class is unique! SKY TING Yoga is always evolving and varies greatly from teacher to teacher.

60 min
In-Person
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