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Maddie Hertzog

Maddie is a passionate and dedicated yoga instructor who has been practicing yoga and teaching group fitness classes for more than 20 years. Because Maddie experienced a profound transformation through her own personal yoga practice, she decided to pursue formal training and completed a 200-hour program at Tula Yoga Center to become a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance. 

Her classes are rooted in the belief that yoga is for everyone, regardless of age, size, or ability. She encourages her students to approach their practice with mindfulness, curiosity, and compassion, guiding them through practices that balance strength and flexibility, effort and ease. She strives to create a welcoming and inclusive environment where students can deepen their practice, connect with their breath, and find peace amidst the busyness of daily life.

When she's not on her mat, Maddie enjoys hiking, reading, and spending time with her husband, Scott. Maddie is a member of the Berks County Search and Rescue Team, a member of the Board of Directors of the Western Berks Free Medical Clinic, and a volunteer and occasional foster mom for PA Pitstop.

Join Maddie's classes and discover the transformative power of yoga for yourself.

Maddie's Classes

75 minutes, $15/class

Restorative yoga is a gentle style of yoga that focuses on relaxation and rejuvenation. It is designed to help individuals release tension and stress in both the body and mind, promoting a sense of calm and ease.


During a restorative yoga practice, participants use props such as blankets, bolsters, and blocks to support the body in various poses, allowing for a deep sense of relaxation and comfort. Poses are held for longer periods of time, allowing the body to fully surrender and release tension.

Restorative yoga is ideal for individuals of all levels and abilities. 

Monday 4:30-5:45 pm



60 minutes, $15/class

Slow Flow and Deep Stretch is a meditative and relaxing practice that focuses on breath and movement. It combines the principles of Vinyasa yoga with the restorative benefits of deep stretching, providing a well-rounded and rejuvenating experience for the body and mind.

This practice begins with a gentle warm-up, allowing participants to connect with their breath and release any tension in the body. Slow, fluid movements are then incorporated, moving from one pose to the next with intention and purpose. As the practice progresses, the focus shifts to deep stretching, targeting specific areas of the body such as the hips, hamstrings, and shoulders. 

Slow Flow and Deep Stretch is suitable for individuals of all levels and abilities, including those new to yoga. 

Friday 4:30-5:30 pm



90 minutes, $30/class


Everything you know and love about Restorative Yoga with the addition of hot stones to create an even more relaxing practice. You’ll experience all the healing benefits of a restorative yoga practice with the soothing warmth of hot stones. As you settle into each pose, heated stones are used on specific points of the body, helping to release tension and promote relaxation. 


Hot Stone Restorative Yoga is ideal for individuals of all levels and abilities.

Thursdays once per month


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