Colleen Kropp

Yin Yoga Instrutor

Colleen is originally from the Greater Philly Region, but just recently moved back in 2010 after spending time in Manhattan, where she earned her BA in English Lit from NYU and later worked in the city while prepping for the grad school life that would bring her back in Philly. She is currently a doctoral student of 18th c. English Lit at Temple University. She maintains both a very active and restorative yoga practice and has been a member of the PPY family since May 2012.
Colleen is one of the Yin instructors at PPY, having received her certification in 2011 from Wake Up Yoga in South Philly. Besides reading 18th c. novels and practicing yoga, she enjoys biking and walking around the city with her Shepherd-Rottweiler, Sappho. 

Colleen Kropp instructs the following:
  • Wednesday Afternoon Flowdown
  • This style of slow, relaxed stretch based yoga is the perfect complement to Philly Power Yoga's signature style. In Yoga Stretch, we gently move into poses designed to help with flexibility. Each pose is held for 3-5 minutes so you get the fullest possible stretch as well as time to relax your mind and connect to your breath.

  • Pilates Abs, Arms & A$$
  • Strengthen and lengthen in this open-level Pilates mat class targeting your favorite (or soon-to-be favorite) body parts. Feel strong, sexy and empowered to embrace your beautiful body!

  • Yoga Stretch and Restore

  • Donation Yoga Class for the Alexis Joy D'Achille Foundation
  • Join Colleen for an invigorating heated Power Yoga class- All donations benefit the Alexis Joy D'Achille Foundation for Postpartum Depression. Your participation will help raise awareness for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders as well as help fund unparalleled treatment programs. Join us!

    Suggested donation: $10-$15 in cash.
    You can also make an online donation in the amount of $15 or $20, under the Service Category "Donations".

  • Philly Power Yoga
  • Let our expert instructors take you to your edge and beyond with a unique sequence of flowing asana's (poses) linked together by breath. In a room heated to 90 degrees, this Power Yoga is guaranteed to increase strength, cardio-vasular endurance and flexibility. Bring a mat, towel and water, 'cause you're gonna sweat!