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.

Get ready for Spring 2015 inside and out with a rejuvenating body and mind cleanse. Evolve’s Spring Wellness Cleanse combines 5 weeks of unlimited yoga with a safe and guided detoxification program designed to energize, restore and promote weight loss. For some, the results can be life changing. This program teaches the basic fundamentals for prevention and self-healing, through nutrition and a restful, mindful cleanse.

Stress, environmental factors, and our diets are the controllable factors that tax our bodies the most. During these 5 weeks we’ll be relieving stress through yoga and meditation, ridding our environment of harmful chemicals, and modifying our diets to reduce the amounts of toxins we consume through alcohol, gluten, sugar, caffeine, and animal products.  

Weekly Breakdown

Week 1 (3/22-28): Prep Week-Meal Planning, recipe sharing, and eating as vegetarian as possible. Removing unnecessary chemicals and products from your personal environment.  

Week 2 (3/29-4/4): Whole Food Plant-Based – Eating a diet of vegetables, whole non-wheat centric grains, fruits, nuts, and tubers. If this is your first time eating plant-based, try to stick with it for the entire cleanse.  

Week 3 (4/5-11): Raw Week – Eating uncooked fruits and vegetable based meals. This allows for a higher level of nutrient consumption as most foods start to loose nutrients when heated above 115 degrees. This is Stage 2 of the Cleanse. It is available to those who are comfortable eating plant-based and would like to try a Raw Diet.    

Week 4 (4/12-18): Liquid Raw – By week 3, you are starting to feel the effects of this Cleanse. Your skin is brighter, pants are looser, and your energy levels are through the roof! If you have completed most of Raw Week, you will want to try Liquid Raw, where we’ll be eating lots of healthy soups and smoothies! This allows the digestive system a chance to rest, restore, and fully illuminate built up toxins.  

Week 5 (4/19- and beyond): Processing Week- Congratulations you’ve completed the Cleanse! We’ll be sharing our experiences, pot-lucking our favorite recipes, and seeing what healthy habits are sticking for life as we transition into our optimal wellness diet.  

The Spring Wellness Cleanse includes: An unlimited class pass for 5 weeks, 5 Wellness Meetings with meditation and light yoga, 10 Pure Trim Wellness Shakes, and a Pot-Luck Party at the last Wellness Meeting.  

Wellness Meetings Sundays, March 22nd – April 19th from 4:00 -5:00 

Cost: $200 per person ~ Early Birds Sign up before March 15 and save 10% 

Please contact Jenn Brown for more information at jlb317@gmail.com or (443)771-3425 


No one likes to face plant in a yoga class. As a result, arm balancing poses like Crow pose are avoided for fear of embarrassment. However there is nothing more satisfying than accomplishing the lift of your feet from the ground while balancing on your arms.
So in today’s workshop we turn our attention to the simple mechanics of crow pose. We’ll deconstruct this arm balance and others similar arm balances down to their roots in order to build ourselves a proper sturdy platform we can rely on for balancing. Adding to this the shapes and forms of these arm balances in other poses, we’ll be prepared to put the 2 together and fly with a little less fear of the face plant.
Expect strong work for your legs, arms and core, but know that all that work will lead to the profound enjoyment of achieving lift off, even if only briefly. When both feet are off the ground, every second counts!
$30, $25 Early Bird registration.


A 4 week interactive class for children ages 3-5 plus adult. Playful yoga poses, animated breathing exercises and relaxation techniques teach 3, 4 and 5 year olds about their growing bodies. Sprinkled with music, games, stories, and age-appropriate props. This class facilitates motor coordination, language development, social and body awareness skills. Children gain strength, balance and flexibility skills. Caregivers and dads are welcomed. If you would like the instructor to consider having a 2.5 to 3.0. year old child attend class, please call the studio to chat with the instructor to ensure that the class is appropriate. Being a personal yoga mat for you and your child. Some mats are available for you to borrow. These classes require a minimum number of pre-registered students in order for class to start. Must pre-register. If the class does not have enough students, it will be cancelled and you will be informed. You will be informed 2 working days prior to the scheduled start date. Call 301-862-1236 or visit us at 23415 Three Notch Rd, #2004 (Wildewood Shopping Center). Session dates:  April 20, 27, May 4 and 11. $32.00 for the 4 week session (1 adult and 1 child) $4.00 per additional child for all 4 sessions



Hooray! Spring is in the air.

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Foundations of Flow-Exploring the Jump Through in Vinyasa, with Liz Dornisch, Saturday, May 16, 1:30-3;30

Bring more ease and understanding into your daily practice as we break down and take a closer look at the elements of vinyasa. Through practice, demonstration, and hands-on assists you will discover proper alignment of transitions within the vinyasa, and build the strength, flexibility, and grace to float through and jump back, as utilized in [...]

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Vinyasa:Foundations of Flow-Core Power & Alignment, with Miriam Kindley, Sat., May 30, 1:00-4:00

Transform your yoga practice by learning the elements of alignment and how to access core power using the Baptiste sequence as a framework.  This is a hands on class!  We will break down postures in detail and learn effective assists that will help you gain a greater understanding of the posture in your own body [...]

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Grow Your Own Lotus: Safe and Effective Hip Opening for Everyone, with Naomi Gottlieb-Miller, Sunday, June 14, 1:30 -3:30

Lotus pose is a deep hip opener that looks simple and serene. Doesn’t buddha look peaceful sitting under that tree in lotus pose? In reality, Padmasana is a tricky, advanced and deep hip opener, which requires an enormous amount of mobility in your hip joints and can be potentially dangerous for your knees. Not so [...]

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Expand Your Mind & Enliven Your Spine! Yoga for Scoliosis, with Lauri Bruce, June 27-28

This two-day hands-on workshop series is designed for the student with scoliosis or with a lateral deviation of the spine and yoga teachers wishing to expand their knowledge about spinal structural issues. The Sutras of Patanjali tell us “tasya bhumisu viniyogah”. The appropriate application of yoga must be applied in a step-by-step manner. On day [...]

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Forks over Knives Community Yoga class now meeting monthly

This open level class meets monthly.  Facilitated by Jenn Brown and Chelsea Ihnacik, participants practice yoga together and share their interest in plant-based living. The first hour consists of a basic, beginner friendly yoga class with lots of twists and folds to benefit digestion. After the yoga practice, join the discussion of different plant-based topics [...]

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200 Hour Interdisciplinary Yoga Teacher Training starts February 13

Directed by Ann Hunt, E-RYT 500 The 2015 Yoga Teacher Training program will begin February 13, 2015. The foundation of this training draws from a diversity of yoga styles, stimulating personal inquiry into your own yoga practice. In an environment of individualized, experiential learning you gain professional skillfulness to teach in a wide variety of [...]

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