MOVEMENT ARTS STUDIO

Mainline of Philadelpia’s first all by donation yoga studio!

Sunset Moon Movement Arts Center is Mainline's first all by donation yoga studio!
All weekly and monthly classes are offered by donation.
All workshops and wellness services are offered on a sliding scale.
Scholarships and work trades available. Please inquire in person
To register for classes, please see class listing below.
To support our cause, please click here

Suggested Donations & Sliding Scales

CLASS SCHEDULE

MEET OUR TEACHERS
  • Megan Kelly

    Teacher & Founder

    Megan is practiced and certified in many areas of natural medicine including: Holistic Health Counseling, Herbalism, Naturopathy, Iridology, Yoga, Reiki, Access Bars, Vedic Thai Massage, Reflexology, and Birth & Post-partum Doula Support. Located in the heart of of Bryn Mawr, PA, Megan is the proprietor of Sunset Moon Wellness Center: a multi-faceted , zero-waste wellness center offering a full service Superfoods Cafe, a Movement Arts Studio, and Integrative Health Center. Megan is dedicated to helping others to revive and revitalize from the inside out, discover their true nature, and expand to their highest potentia

     


  • Ilene Rosen

    Ilene Rosen loves teaching yoga to children because of the ways it helps them learn, be calm, and have fun! She completed her RCYT (Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher) through Yoga Child, centered in Philadelphia. She also has an RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) and is almost finished with a 3-year program to be a CYT (Comprehensive Yoga Therapist.) In addition to being a yogi, Ilene is an educator, writer and editor, parent, and dog-owner.


  • Matt Stein

    Matthew Stein is a member of Menlha Center who has been practicing Buddhism for a number of years. Matt presents these thoughtful teachings in a very practical and light-hearted manner


  • Rachel Anne

    Rachel Anne has been practicing yoga daily since 2016. She fell in love with the practice and benefits she received once she found the ability to surrender on her mat. In 2018, she realized she wanted to deepen her practice and obtain the gift of teaching. She received her CYT 200 Hour at Dana Hot Yoga in January of 2019, and has been on a mission to teach since. Becoming a yoga teacher has allowed her to be more present and confident, and has had a direct impact on how she shows up in her life today. Rachel is experienced in Ashtanga Yoga, but prefers a slower, meditative, restorative practice that can prove an equal approachable challenge to all level yogis. Rachel is expanding her studies with Trauma and Recovery Yoga, and hopes to be able to create a welcoming, safe environment to those who haven’t yet found solace in their bodies and minds.