Located at 250 Haddonfield-Berlin Road, Gibbsboro, NJ 08026
Located at the High Ridge Professional Campus on Route 561 on the Voorhees/Gibbsboro line in Southern Jersey. Just 30 minutes outside Philadelphia, we are easily commutable from Downtown and just stones throw away from surrounding towns of Berlin, Cherry Hill, Haddonfield, Medford, Marlton, Moorestown and Mount Laurel.
We are located approximately 1 mile from the Chop House in Voorhees and are directly across from the entrance to Alluvium development and The Goddard School at Victor Blvd. Be sure to plug Gibbsboro into your GPS as there is another 250 Haddonfield Berlin Road in Voorhees. We are the located under the big clock on the second floor in the building with CNNH and Holbrook Pediatric Dental.
We have modern state-of-the-art facilities with showers and changing room for both men and women. Our hot room is over 1500 square feet and can hold up to 55 people so there is always plenty of room.
Bikram Yoga Voorhees prides ourselves on keeping a clean spa like environment making it even easier and pleasant for you to come experience everything this wonderful
yoga has to offer.
Located at 3 Market Street, Suite 426 in Plainsboro, NJ, 08536. We are in the heart of Plainsboro Village Center, just 2 miles from Route 1. We are near surrounding towns of Princeton, Princeton Junction, Brunswick, Ewing, Hamilton, Windsor and Trenton.
We are located on the 2nd floor of Building 3, right upstairs from the Honors Review. We are on the same side of the street as It's a Grind Coffee Shop.
We have showers and changing rooms for both men and women.
To learn more about Jessica's journey click to read the Article
"Yoga as a Healing Modality"
Meredith Sanchez: Director, Plainsboro Location
Leo Eisenstein: Teacher
Graduated teacher training in 2005. Lost 218 pounds.
Sheree DeClemente: Teacher
Born and raised in southern New Jersey, Sheree DeClemente first heard about Bikram yoga in the Spring of 2010. After seeing a literal sign on a train, she wandered into Bikram Yoga Voorhees in July 2010 to take her first class. Simultaneously being the most intense and invigorating workout of her life, she loved the challenge and the way the yoga made her feel physically and mentally. In January 2011, Sheree began working the BYV front desk every weekday morning, which helped to increase the frequency of her practice. Becoming disenchanted with her "real life" full-time job as a box office manager at a concert venue, Sheree was encouraged by her teachers to attend Bikram Yoga Teacher Training in Spring 2011. Upon completion of the course, she returned home to BYV and taught her first class in June 2011, less than a year after beginning her practice. Sheree is honored to have been the first person from BYV to attend Teacher Training and is grateful for the opportunity to spread this healing yoga to the ever-growing Bikram community.
Megan Tahan: Teacher
Megan has been practicing Bikram Yoga since summer of 2010. Her best friend, Madison, brought her to a class for the first time at Bikram Yoga Voorhees. Only expecting to get a good stretch and improve her balance for dancing, she found Bikram Yoga to be a challenge that worked the whole body, not just utilizing flexibility and balance, but strength and cardio benefits that she didn't expect to feel in a yoga class. She also lost the need to see a chiropractor, who she had been seeing for years. Megan was instantly hooked from the benefits and healing she received from the yoga and found herself wanting to be around the yoga community more. She began working as Jessica's assistant and with that came along opportunities to build a steady practice, train with a great group of champions, learn from inspiring teachers, and experience the regional championship. Soon after, she knew that teacher training was something she wanted to complete. With the support of her family and yoga family at Bikram Yoga Voorhees, she completed the 9 week training in Fall 2011 and taught her first class two days after graduation. She feels that teaching here at her home school completes the circle of her journey to find where she belongs in the yoga community. Now, it's just the beginning of a new journey, exploring her practice and learning how to teach so others can feel the benefits of this yoga.
Jen Coluzzi: Teacher
Jen Coluzzi found Bikram Yoga in 2003, quite by accident. A friend of a friend was a yoga teacher in Center City, so why not try a class? Bikram? Hot? Huh, what? Sure. It can't hurt to try, right? Her only previous yoga experience was a low-key weekly Hatha Yoga class in Portland, OR that gave her something to do on Monday nights. Nine months of Bikram Yoga ensued, but it wasn't until a couple of years later that she realized what exactly had drawn her to this practice. After living in Brooklyn, with a budget that could only afford yoga classes at the YMCA, she felt herself (and watched others) floundering through random yoga postures. Where was the mirror? What exactly was everyone supposed to be doing? Where was the discipline? Where was the stillness? That was it. Back in Philadelphia (to stay) in 2005, Jen picked her Bikram practice back up and put balance back into her life. Practicing undid all the damage done from working - standing up waiting tables, sitting endlessly managing an art studio. Practice cleared her head. The sometimes lower back aches went away, and a lighter, happier outlook overtook the occasional depression. Time passed, jobs came and went. At some point 'when are you going to teacher training?' became a real question. Lots of things stood in the way: time, money, work, commitments. More time passed, jobs became unreliable and the calendar for the fall of 2010 was completely empty. With the full support of her credit cards, Jen attended and completed the 9 week teacher training. Phew! Jen has been teaching steadily since training, now at 5 studios in the Philadelphia/New Jersey area. Her students inspire and motivate her to continuously
become a better teacher.
Heidi Schetter: Teacher
Samantha Morrone: Teacher
Ian Johnson: Teacher