Welcome to Evolve Yoga + Wellness!

Evolve Yoga + Wellness is a community-oriented yoga and wellness center located in the heart of St. Marys County in Southern Maryland. Evolve offers and welcomes many diverse styles of yoga as well as many mind/body and artistic modalities including Pilates, Tai Chi, Meditation, YogaDance,  Massage Therapy and Pranassage. We truly believe there is a type of yoga or movement for “every body”, regardless of age, shape or flexibility. 

In addition to group classes we offer private sessions and consultations with wonderful wellness practitioners who can schedule appointments to support your individual needs for aesthetic services, skincare and energy work. We welcome local artists and musicians to exhibit their work and share their talents as well. Our goal is to create a dynamic, welcoming community in Southern Maryland with the intention of promoting and enhancing health, wellbeing and creativity on all levels.

Evolve is also recognized as a Registered Yoga School through the Yoga Alliance offering 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher training programs.

We are thrilled to be included in a line up of extraordinary yoga studios across the state.  Many thanks to all of you that are evolving with us here in Southern Maryland.


Celebrate the Spring Equinox! Kirtan, Saturday, March 17th 7:00 – 8:30
Join Chip & Gina Guffey, Kristin Ostling, and Jason Lewis for an Evening of Kirtan.

Kirtan is a very simple & powerful way to meditate. Kirtan is non-denominational, the Universal language of Spirit, the song of the Soul. It’s effortless & joyful; the music does the work for you as you flow with the melody & rhythm. * The performers & the concert-goers create the experience together. * The chants are sung in Sanskrit. The ancient chants contain powerful renewing & transformative energy that helps us reconnect with the Divinity that resides within all of us. * Singing is the heart of kirtan, and no one cares what you sound like. At a kirtan concert all voices merge together to become One Voice. * “Kirtan is a means of finding our way back to the core of our Being, to our heart, and to our connection with each other.” Here are some more interesting things about kirtan. * It began in India centuries ago as a spiritual practice, and was known as the layman’s way to connect with the Divine. * In the last ten years, kirtan has become a phenomenon across the United States, and has transformed musically to appeal to the ears of American audiences. * Kirtan is a new kind of concert experience here in the West. It’s not so much a performance as a journey into the self through the practice of listening & singing. The leaders at a kirtan concert are called wallahs, and everyone is part of the music. My all-time favorite descriptions of a kirtan concert: “It’s like singing around a campfire”, “It’s like a hootenanny with meditation.” * While singing along at a kirtan concert, you can experience your own voice becoming as beautiful as those performing-all voices merge together to become One Voice.

All welcome. By donation.

Below is a list with links to YouTube videos of the Mantras we will perform during the Evolve Spring Equinox Kirtan:

1. Ong Namo Gurudev


2. Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya


3. Mountain Hare Krishna – Amazing Grace


4. Jaya Jagadambe Ma Durga


5. Aud Guray Nameh


6. Hara Hare Mahadev Om Namah Shivaya



***Early Bird Pricing has been EXTENDED until Monday, March 5, 2018! Register today and save $20 off the cost of this cleanse!***

For 30 days this spring, you have the opportunity to vastly improve your health. We will be doing a cleanse using whole foods to help heal your body from the inside out. This is a program that everybody will benefit from completing in different ways including but not limited to: improved sleep, loss of excess weight, improved digestive functioning, less pain/stiffness of joints, improved mood and attention, less skin irritation, etc. This holistic approach is gentle on your body and will give you the tools to maintain a healthy lifestyle far beyond the conclusion of the program.

“Chronic, low-level inflammation at the cellular level develops without pain and can lead to obesity, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. Inflammation is our body’s normal and healthy response to injury or attack on the immune system. Inflammation on the surface of the body is commonly described as heat, redness, swelling, and pain.”–Institute for Integrative Nutrition

You will be guided on how to go about removing common highly inflammatory foods from your diet and replacing them with whole foods instead. This cleanse is customizable to your own eating tastes, preferences, and restrictions making it a perfect fit for all!

In this program we will explore:
-How to remove common inflammatory foods from your diet and replace them with whole foods.
-Recipes full of anti-inflammatory foods to help heal your gut.
-The opportunity to take advantage of “Ruddy Duck Nights Out” with specials that are specifically designed to fit this program: convenience, socialization, and confidence while eating out.

Program structure:
Meeting: Sunday March 18th 3 pm
Meeting: Sunday March 25th 3 pm
Meeting: Monday April 2nd 7:45pm
Meeting: Monday April 9th 7:45 pm
Meeting: Sunday April 15th 3 pm
Email me for support/questions
Accountability and support via private Facebook group

Hallie can provide education, plans and guides, support, accountability, and health with this program for you. There is no need to purchase anything as the focus is on real whole foods that nourish your body in the most basic and wholesome way.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Hallie at coaching@halliestephensonhealthcoach.com or via phone at (804) 914-2602.
Early Bird Pricing before March 2nd- $105
Pricing March 3rd and beyond- $125
To register, click here.


100-Hour Adaptive Yoga & Skillful Observation Teacher Training, starting Apr. 6!

Join Lauri Bruce, E-RYT 500 for a transformational experience in the teaching lineages of Nosara Yoga Institute and the American Viniyoga Institute. Guiding our students on the path to personal transformation is a richly rewarding practice. When we use the model of the Koshas, the layers of the body relating to the physical, energetic, mental, [...]

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Sunday Yoga Sculpt & Rope Wall Barre starting in April!

Beginning April 8th, Evolve will be offering Yoga Sculpt and Rope Wall Barre on an alternating schedule from 11:15 p.m. to 12:15 p.m. every Sunday. April 8: Yoga Sculpt April 15: Rope Wall Barre April 22: Yoga Sculpt April 29: Rope Wall Barre Unless otherwise noted, the schedule will continue in this pattern. Yoga Sculpt [...]

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Holy Yoga w/ Dawn Powell: April 14, 2018

Join us on Saturday, April 14, 2018 from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. for this specialty class with Dawn Powell, 500 RYT. Holy Yoga is experiential worship specifically created to deepen your connection to Christ. The sole purpose is to combine mixed level yoga with a Christ honoring experience that offers an opportunity to believers and [...]

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Yoga at the Library! Starting Apr. 28, 2018

Yoga is coming to the Lexington Park Library starting April 28, 2018 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.! Join Lisa Clow, RYT-200 for a Yoga Basics class that is appropriate for all levels of experience. Participants connect with the inner-self and the power of the body’s self-healing mechanism. Come and learn how to align the mind, [...]

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Reveal to Heal, Workshop w/ Stacy Seebart, Apr. 28, 2018

Slow down, root down and witness. Join us in this workshop on Saturday, April 28 from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. as we take a deeper look at the layers of Self and how to tap into our own innate power of healing. Stacy will guide us through discussion and then guide a slow juicy yoga [...]

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Power of the Pelvis Workshop w/ Stacy Seebart, Apr. 29, 2018

Join us on Sunday, April 29, 2018 from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m to explore the power of the pelvis. In this workshop, Stacy will guide a short overview lecture of the anatomy & physiology of the pelvic floor. She will address the components of our second chakra called ‘svadhisthana’ and it’s connection to our physical [...]

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Yoga Anatomy with Soul: 50-Hour Training with Sarah Tacy Tangredi, June 24-30, 2018

Why do you want to study anatomy? Do you want to create safe and supportive classes for your students? Perhaps you want to kick injury to the curb and promote longevity on and off your mat? You may want more ownership over the cues you’re giving (why, in what context and for what body)? You [...]

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