Charlottesville Alert

Memorial Day Hours | May 27

We will be running on a modified schedule for Memorial Day on Monday, May 27:

acac Albemarle Square & Downtown: 5:00am-2:00pm

acac Crozet & Pantops: staffed: 7:00am-2:00pm*
*open 24/7 with valid acac scan tag

Adventure Central: 9:00am-7:00pm*
*preschool & after-school closed

Waterpark: 10:00am-7:00pm

RYT 200 Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training

Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training | Summer 2017

acac Fitness & Wellness Centers and EDGE Studio announce acac Charlottesville’s first ever RYT-200 Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training!

Join Monica Buckley (E-RYT 200) and Liz Reynolds (E-RYT 200, RYT 500) for a transformational journey into deepening your yoga practice and finding your voice as you develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to be an amazing, impactful yoga teacher. The curriculum covers everything from anatomy to the history and business of yoga and everything in between.

Dates and Times | Eight weeks, May 31 – August 2

Wednesdays: 5:30-8:00pm
May 31, June 7, June 14, June 21, July 12, July 19, July 26, August 2

Weekends: Fridays 4:00-8:00pm, Saturdays & Sundays 8:00am-5:00pm
June 2 – 4, June 9 – 11, June 16 – 18, June 23 – 25, July 7 – 9, July 21 – 23, July 28 – 30, August 4 – 6


Members $2499, *Non-members $2899

*complimentary membership to acac while enrolled in the training

Receive $400 OFF when you register before April 15, 2017!


EDGE Studio in the Shops at Stonefield- 2075 Bond Street, Suite 150 | 434.817.4286

Register or learn more by emailing Liz at

Read below for an informative Q & A letter from the instructors!

Becoming a yoga teacher seems to be on the bucket list for a lot of yoga practitioners these days. And there are many reasons to go for it, as well as some reasons to resist the calling. Here is a break down the most often asked questions about why or why not to take the plunge.

Q-Why SHOULDN’T I go to a teacher training?

A- Do you love yoga? You should definitely NOT take a teacher training if you aren’t sure that you love yoga. Yep, it’s that simple. It is the number one and as far as I can tell, the ONLY reason not to do it. If yoga hasn’t changed your life in any way, then it’s probably not for you to teach it. Becoming a teacher requires you to love this practice and have personal experience of the transformative power of yoga that you can draw from as you go through the process of training and beyond into your teaching. Now, if you answered yes. Yes, you love yoga. Read on…

Q- Why should I go to training?

A- You SHOULD go to training if you love yoga. If yoga has touched your life, or moved you into any new experience of the world within yourself or outside of yourself, then you have the authority to teach it. The ONLY thing that makes you qualified to share yoga with others is that you have directly experienced its benefits.

Here are some common objections from would be trainees…

If you’ve got anymore burning questions that aren’t answered here, or if you just want to chat more, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Liz 347.267.0299 | Monica 707.616.1017