Welcome to the Renaissance Yoga local directory featuring artists, crafters, growers, businesses, practitioners, services & more – all based locally in our home area.
Here we highlight very small-scale enterprises, many of whom are part of our own yoga community.
Please consider this a directory in progress. Those interested in being listed can learn more about it here.
For right now, the listing is organized on a first-come, first-served basis, though that may change as the directory grows.
Teresa Crofoot has combine her two favorite activities yoga and designing to create yoga accessories and spiritual jewelry.
Using her own design patterns she has created yoga mat bags, meditation cushion covers, yoga straps and shoulder bags. She also has put together mala necklaces and bracelets with gemstone beads and handmade tassels.
View Teresa’s Work: 1treeyoga.etsy.com
Contact Teresa: 1treeyoga(at)gmail(dot)com
Amanda Willis specializes in creating handmade food-safe stoneware pottery, with some sculptural pieces thrown in for fun!
Her work has been featured in galleries and businesses throughout Calvert County. She has been rewarded greatly by finding a place in our wonderful little art community!
R&R Resort 4 Rover, LLC
Call Robyn for weekend petsitting in the Churchton and surrounding areas.
WellnessPath, founded by Kristin Degnon (M.Ac, L.Ac, NADA Specialist), offers acupuncture and natural healing treatments at her home office in Harwood and her business office in Dunkirk.
Contact Kristen here, or (703-606-4368) and email kristin(dot)degnon(at)gmail(dot)com
Kirk’s love of creating with his hands and solution-oriented mindset are at the heart of his work. To view some of Kirk’s finished projects, click here.
Contact Kirk: kirksworks(at)gmail(dot)com, 301.580.3175 (cell)
Classes available for children and adults.
Tina Preece and Corinna Woodard.
Contact: socoartandsoul(at)gmail(dot)com or find us on Instagram, or visit their blog.