Relish Yoga with Val
For Mind, Body, Spirit
and Life in Balance

*N * FALL 2016 * 

~ Restorative Yoga for the Holidays. Come join Val to de-stress, relax and restore balance to mind, body and spirit. 

Saturday November 20th 11.00 at Hummingbird Yoga and Massage in Ardmore

Saturday November 26th 10.30 at Watts of Yoga in Media

~ Beginners Gentle Yoga is ongoing at Watts of Yoga. Fridays from 11.00am -12.00pm

Gentle yoga is perfect for maintaining or expanding your current range of motion, as well as creating a more conscious connection between your body, mind and spirit. 

~ Give yourself the gift of relaxation with Restorative Yoga:

*Hummingbird in Ardmore on Sunday October 23rd

Find out more here.

Please click on my schedule  page for up to date teaching information.

* FALL 2016 * 

~ YOGA TEACHER MENTOR PROGRAM Look out for a new series in Spring 2017!

Val is an advanced Kripalu Yoga Teacher with over 500 hours of training and 2000 hours of teaching experience.


Mindful Hatha, Gentle and Restorative Yoga for every body. 

Yoga Teacher Mentor

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Relax, Refresh, Renew Yourself ....

Relish Yoga with Val offers Mindful Hatha, Gentle Yoga and Restorative Yoga classes around Newtown Square and the Western Suburbs of Philadelphia, PA.

Whether you want to discover the benefits of yoga for healthy aging, are seeking a relaxing mindful practice to reduce stress and connect with your inner self, or are coming back to yoga after an illness or injury, Val Boyko offers classes and individual instruction tailored to your needs. Beginners are always welcome!

At Relish Yoga, Val wants you to have a joyful yoga experience for your mind, body and spirit. Find out more about Val and her approach to yoga by clicking here.

Enjoy exploring this site and please contact Val to find out how yoga can bring joy into your every day!

For further inspiration, and wisdom from modern and traditional sages, please check out Val's blog Find Your Middle Ground.

"No one is ever really taught by another; each of us has to teach himself. The external teacher offers only the suggestion, which arouses the internal teacher, who helps us to understand things"  Swami Vivekananda