Where Yoga Has Heart

Our Commitment

The  Yogashakti system of hatha yoga concentrates on alignment of the body and harmonizing movement with breath. We encourage you to work hard but to have fun at the same time. Our classes are suitable for all ages and levels of experience. You don’t have to be flexible or strong, just willing.

The  Yogashakti system of hatha yoga concentrates on alignment of the body and harmonizing movement with breath. We encourage you to work hard but to have fun at the same time. Our classes are suitable for all ages and levels of experience. You don’t have to be flexible or strong, just willing.

Our Commitment

The  Yogashakti system of hatha yoga concentrates on alignment of the body and harmonizing movement with breath. We encourage you to work hard but to have fun at the same time. Our classes are suitable for all ages and levels of experience. You don’t have to be flexible or strong, just willing.

Our instructors are sensitive to the needs of each person and adjust the exercises accordingly. Students get as much individual attention as they need and are encouraged to recognize their own limits, work within them and gently extend them. You leave not only feeling refreshed and relaxed but also knowing just a little more about yourself than when you came in.

Truth is our Religion
Service is our Worship
 Knowledge is our Breath
World is our Family
Yoga and Meditation is our Way

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