Open Hours: Self-Care at Home

July 15 · 1:00pm – 3:00pm
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Discover what it means to be truly at home in one’s body with Kripalu yoga teacher Amy Genevieve Kozak.

During this two-hour workshop, we will discuss the meaning of home when it comes to the body, practice chair yoga meant for every body, and explore breathing techniques and guided meditation. Participants will leave with a personal self-care mission statement to implement at home and keep as a reminder that self-care is never selfish.

Please wear comfortable clothing that allows the body to easily twist and relax.

About the Instructor
Amy Genevieve Kozak has practiced yoga and meditation for two decades. Amy is a Kripalu Yoga Teacher and will soon also be an Advanced Teacher of Integrative Yoga Therapy. She trained professionally for these honors, at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Massachusetts, where she is also is a Faculty Assistant, with Rudy Pierce, Michelle Dalbec, as well as Joseph & Lillian Le Page, Maria Mendola and Kaelash Neels. She currently works with Johns Hopkins in their Integrative Health program and at their Bayview fitness center. Amy has developed continuing education workshops for care providers, including nurses and social workers. Amy teaches workshops, meditation, and group yoga classes in various settings across the state of Maryland, including the Maryland Center for Veteran Education and Training, the Jewish Community Centers of Maryland, Baltimore Shambhala Center, and the Insight Meditation Society of Washington, DC. Amy has a Bachelors of Science in Psychology, a Masters of Science, and is also trained in Mental Health First Aid. She is a lifelong advocate for the vulnerable.

For more information or to propose a program, please contact Emily Chambers at 443-573-1817 or

Open Hours are generously sponsored by PNC Bank.

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Discover what it means to be truly at home in one’s body with Kripalu yoga teacher Amy Genevieve Kozak.


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