Yoga is personal.
You come to yoga for many reasons. Yes, it's healthy physical activity. But it’s more than that. This ancient discipline aims to unite your body, mind spirit so that all parts of you are working together for your own good. In that tradition, we teach “Whole Yoga,” encouraging you to explore mindfulness, self-care, and self-awareness—during classes and in your life.
“Whole yoga” offers you a chance to move, to breathe, to focus, to find some peace, to soothe your soul. Not skinny? Not bendy? Not twenty? Not a problem. We encourage you to bring your whole self to yoga—no matter your age, size, shape, gender, fitness or experience level. We're dedicated to offering sound, safe instruction in a way that respects your body and spirit.
We teach with a respectful awareness of yoga principles, honoring the history and evolution of yoga, as well as the ethical and philosophical aspects of the practice. Our work is informed by a commitment to the academic study of Indian text and history, the of the complex evolution of yoga in the west, and inclusivity in yoga teaching practice. We share this knowledge and experience with teachers and practitioners across the country.
We were invited to be advisors in Yoga Alliance’s process of evaluating its standards and practices. We’ll be focused on matters of ethics and conduct—as critical a topic in the yoga community it in the culture at large.
Do you have concerns related to your experience of practicing yoga? Leave us a message; we’ll add your voice to the conversation. Namaste.