In February 2017, a yoga fund was established through a generous alumni donation to allow yoga to be free and accessible for students attending Princeton University. Currently, all yoga classes held at Dillon Gym are free for students through the yoga fund. Yoga classes are also available for Dillon Gym members with a Flex Pass.
In addition to regularly scheduled yoga classes at Dillon Gym, the Yoga Masters Lecture Series offers free workshops.
All in-person group fitness classes will be cancelled beginning Thursday, March 12th.
Premium Yoga/Mindfulness Classes, Specialty Classes and Orientation Classes.
Yoga 101, Yoga 201, Tai Chi.
(registration required. Free for PU students. Fees apply to Dillon Gym members.)
Additional mindfulness programs at Princeton University
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Tricia Adelman serves as the yoga ambassador for Campus Recreation. Tricia is interested in sharing information about yoga and mindfulness opportunities with students and the Princeton University community. Please contact Tricia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Simon Park is a world renowned yoga expert and called by Yoga Journal "one of the most influential and gifted yoga teachers of the next generation." Simon serves as the yoga consultant for Campus Recreation.
Angela Quinn is the lead yoga instructor for Campus Recreation. Angela's teaches weekly classes during the academic year.