Programs and Classes

 

 

Research-based programming structured to serve clients directly, or to train others to serve client populations in the area of wellness.

     

Solid technologies (i.e., tools, techniques, principles, and pedagogy ) that equip clients in transitioning from where they are, to where they could be. Implementation strategies that can be initiated immediately at client's or organization's facility.

     

Risk reducing active and passive kinetically based self-healing methods that impact on clients' mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. Products and functional curriculum that enhance program delivered.

 

 

Yoga classes

taught by graduates from HY-DY’s Teacher Training School

 

Exchange Multipurpose  C., Atl.– Mon. 7:00 p.m. & Tues. 10:00 a.m.

        Andrew & Walter Young YMCA, Atl. – Tues.  6:00 p.m.

Anytime Fitness C., & Atl. Tue. 12:30 p.m. & Marietta –Wed.  5:30 p.

 

Comprehensive Shades classes

small groups taught by  Dr. Naima Lewis

  1041 Jodeco Rd. Stockbridge

Tuesdays 10:30 a.m.

 

 

                                                                                                 

HY-DY Programs

                     

The Shades concept permeates many of HY-DY's programs, classes, and trainings. It 's designed to educate all adults about healthy aging throughout the lifespan. (More details here)

Annual retreats at Elohee Yoga Retreat Center encourages all age adults to join our enjoyable educational and relaxing weekend learning about growing older...gracefully.(More details here)

HY- DY’s Yoga Teacher Training School. A three month 200 hr. course approved through Yoga Alliance. Graduates certify to teach all adults, with additional focus on teaching seniors. (More details here)

Personal physical training and health coaching to assist clients in reaching short and longterm health goals comprehensively. (More details here)

HY-DY offers professionally trained & certified staff to your organization/agency/company for these programs and more (More details here)