Yoga for Your Tight Side

A 5-part Therapeutic Workshop Series
with Morgan Andrews

Every Thursday in February:
Feb 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29
7:00pm – 8:15 pm

Limited space — All participants receive an interactive workbook

Series sign-up by January 15 = $75; $95 thereafter
Click here to register!


Yoga builds intelligence and awareness regarding what’s going on in the body, highlighting where we’re open and flexible, and also where we’re tight. This all-levels yoga workshop series will bring focus to our asymmetries—the leg, hip, shoulder, or side of the body that tends to be tighter or tweaky when we sit, stand, walk, twist, and bend. In Yoga For Your Tight Side, we’ll spend some extra time opening up and aligning our tight sides with plenty of tips and tools to take away and put into practice beyond your yoga mat.

Note that this is a 5-week series with each session building to the next. All participants will also receive a workbook at the first session with 15-minute assignments to try at home, take notes on, and then bring back to workshop as a group. Space is limited, so register early!

Feedback from past Yoga For Your Tight Side students:

“I absolutely LOVED the invitation to learn more about and lean into my tight side. Some of those poses really hit the spot, especially getting to do them double.”

“Great class series to explore your tight side. Morgan is a helpful teacher who provides written resources.”

“I really appreciated Morgan’s specific instructions for adjustments and places of focus. One class in I was very excited for the rest of the workshop series.”

Morgan Andrews has been practicing yoga for over 25 years and became a studio teacher in 2009 with foundation training from Ana Forrest (Forrest Yoga), ongoing training with Zhenja La Rosa and Justicia DeClue (alignment yoga), and studies in yoga for the eyes. Morgan’s teaching style roots itself in the pedagogy of Augusto Boal and Jana Sanskriti (Theatre of the Oppressed) with whom he also trained, as well as Philly’s Contact Improv and devised performance community, which he supports as Studio 34’s Arts Curator. Morgan has served on faculty for Goddard College’s Socially Engaged Art program and at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University. Morgan leads the Yoga Sequencing portion of Studio 34’s Yoga Teacher Training, runs a regular workshop on hands-on assists for yoga teachers, and hosts Sunday’s Advancing Asana class, the longest running yoga class at Studio 34.