Community, Transformation, Experience
Intro Offer: 1st Month of Yoga for Just $49!
Welcome to Lighthouse Yoga Center
Lighthouse Yoga Center, Washington, DC’s home for Kundalini and alignment-oriented Hatha Yoga has been providing high-quality and affordable yoga classes to the DC community since 2013.
We are rooted in our community and we pride ourselves on our ability to bring neighbors together in this tranquil space to practice yoga and foster connections.
Lighthouse’s Mission: To uplift and empower ourselves and each other to create a more free, fair, just, and equitable world through yoga, meditation, and community. We collectively work for social, racial and economic justice.
Lighthouse’s Vision: To create a diverse, inclusive and safe space for people to come together to heal. We oppose all forms of racism, sexism, heterosexism, and any other form of discrimation or treatment of one another as less than equal.
Spread the Light. Be the Change.
Find us Online!
Kundalini Yoga ~ Hatha Yoga ~ Restorative Yoga
Livestream Classes + Video Library
502 Kennedy Street NW in Washington, DC
Lighthouse is currently offering a full online schedule, including livestream classes and an on-demand video library. Keep an eye on our newsletter and social media accounts for regular updates.
Welcome to our Brightwood Park location at 502 Kennedy Street NW. The studio is in a quiet, second floor location with a lot of natural light and beautiful amenities.
In addition to our full schedule of yoga classes and workshops, we host public events related to social justice, ending racism, creating community, and building mindfulness.
Classes and Workshops
We offer a full schedule of online yoga classes. Kundalini Yoga and Meditation, Hatha Yoga and Flow Yoga are available daily. We also have Restorative Yoga to help you de-stress, Prenatal Yoga Series for expectant moms, and Yoga Fundamentals for beginners.
Looking to go deeper or explore new topics? Check out our workshops and trainings to help you deepen your practice, build community, and have fun.
See our workshop schedule here.
Anniversary Weekend Celebration
March 13 – 14
Free Classes, Prizes, & More!
Exactly 2 years ago on March 13, we inaugurated our beautiful studio on Kennedy Street. We had a big community party, and we launched our new location with enthusiasm and spirit.
Exactly one year ago, on March 13, to protect our community from the Coronavirus, we closed our studio and went virtual. With the exception of our good-weather classes in Fort Slocum Park, and a few small-group, in-person series, we have remained closed to the public for the entire year.
Spiritual Bypassing In the Yoga Community
Sunday March 14, 3-5 pm
Teacher: Dr. Monea Abdul-Majeed
We, the yoga community, have fallen back into “business-as-usual with a virtual, Covid-19 twist” when now, more than ever, we must continue to ask the deeper questions of what can we do? What have we done? How can we heal our community of the wounds and scars of racism?
After a brief discussion of racism in American history, we will uncover what spiritual bypassing is, how it shows up in yoga communities, and how to avoid it. It is only by lifting the veil of spiritual bypassing that we can uncover the spiritual solution that antiracism requires.
OMiles: Yoga + Running in Rock Creek Park
Saturdays 7:45-9:45 am
Join Kristina (Karuna) Maze for another month of joyous outdoor running in nearby Rock Creek Park!
The group meets on Saturday mornings for stretches and yoga, followed by an invigorating run to explore the trails of the park. The class ends with some cool-down and socially-distanced community time.
All levels of runners are welcome!