Online Yoga Classes

Online Yoga Classes

In these Open Classes you’ll be guided through Pranayama (charging and balancing breathing exercises), Sun Salutations, a series of Yoga Asanas (steady postures) and an extended final relaxation. Classes are for All Levels.

Online Programs

Online Programs

These online programs are designed to connect you with the teaching from the comfort of your own home. Join in on online courses, challenges and more!

Online Retreat: Sivananda Yoga & Ayurveda<br>  April 10, 2021

Online Retreat: Sivananda Yoga & Ayurveda
April 10, 2021

In this half-day Yoga and Ayurveda retreat, we will learn and apply the age-old principles of dinacharya – or daily routine, with the energizing and grounding forces of Hatha yoga. This retreat will include: a guide for determining your own unique constitution, recipes and herbal tea guides for beginning your retreat, and a manual outlining the 12 classical postures of the Sivananda Yoga sequence from an Ayurvedic perspective.

Karma Yoga Program <br> (AVAILABLE IN PERSON PROGRAM)

Karma Yoga Program
(AVAILABLE IN PERSON PROGRAM)

Karma Yoga is the first of the Four Paths of Yoga, and according to the great Yogis like Swami Sivananda, is the foundation on which all Yogic practice is based. Serve. Love. Give. Purify. Meditate. Realize.

Teacher Training Courses <br> (CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE)

Teacher Training Courses
(CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE)

Our 4-week courses, which offer a profound personal experience, will allow you to transmit the knowledge of Yoga to others. An internationally approved teaching certificate is awarded upon successful completion.

Certificate Courses<br> (CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE)

Certificate Courses
(CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE)

Our certificate courses offer the opportunity to take your practice to the next level. Discover the course that's calling to you, get certified, and share your well-earned practitioner skills with others.

  • “Yoga is a life of self-discipline built upon the tenets of simple living and high thinking."

    – Swami Vishnudevananda