Black Crow Yoga
201 Broadway • Arlington, MA 02474
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transformative practice. welcoming community.

Ari Marcovski

With a background in Muscular Therapy and three decades of teaching in various fields and subjects, Ari brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, attention to detail and a joyful smile to the practice of teaching, learning and well-being through yoga.

Ari found the physical and emotional relief, coupled with the spiritual joy that yoga practice offered, to be life-changing as it alleviated the pain of emotional wounds and eased digestive issues. Over the last 20 years, Ari's Yoga practice has continued to evolve and calm his mind, align his body and embolden his heart, while deepening the palpable realization that everything and everyone are connected.


Ari brings a calm yet flowing balance of breath-coordinated movement, a meditative, authentic and playful spirit and an awareness of the anatomical considerations of Asana to his teaching. Ari strives to live what he has learned in his practice on the mat, and bring it to his day-to-day activities and interactions, and inspire his students to explore this possibility in their lives as well.

Ari Marcovski instructs the following:
  • All Levels Flow to Music
  • Vinyasa Flow to Music classes focus on connecting breath to movement through a vigorous, continuous sequence of postures. We stretch and strengthen our body and spirit, and we calm the mind.

    We practice heated, not hot yoga. The studio is heated to approximately 80 degrees. The studio will feel comfortably warm, allowing you to safely stretch deeply. You will enjoy a detoxifying sweat from the athletic nature of the yoga. You will leave refreshed and renewed. Classes are set to music and teachers prepare their own playlists. Classes will vary to reflect the unique style and personality of each teacher.

    This class is appropriate for all levels of experience, and beginners are always welcome. If you are new to yoga, or if you have an injury or limitation, please let the teacher know, so he/she can offer modifications and give you extra support.