The Bhagavad Gita – An Introduction

Our first week of reading the Preface and Introduction to The Bhagavad Gita by Jack Hawley has concluded. We are excited to take this walk with you through this text this summer!


The Bhagavad Gita – Summer Book Club is Here!

Summer Book Club at The Yoga Place begins in June! Read along with us in this classic yoga text, “The Bhagavad” Gita, to connect more deeply to your practice of yoga in life and beyond!


Yoga Sadhana Summer Camp! Take 2…

Our second annual Yoga Sadhana Summer Camp Begins June 5! Take 6 weeks to delve deeper into your study and sangha of yoga, supporting your practice during a time when outdoor activities may pull you off the mat.


Develop (or Hone) Your Home Practice

Join us February 17 and 18 for our “Develop Your Home Practice” Workshop – 10% discount available before Feb 1. Learn to tailor a home practice just for YOU to increase your benefit of yoga between classes.

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Detachment in Every Moment

To reach the final goal of yoga, kaivalya, ultimate freedom, we must continue to be disciplined in action and aware in each moment. The last detachment is even of the “I” itself, and we must not get distracted in order to experience the BEING in every moment.


Omnipotence and Omniscience

We are coming closer and closer to the end of the Third Chapter in The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. With that, comes subtler and subtler knowledge and even more amazing…

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Mastery of Elements in Yoga

We discussed the power of “hearing distant and divine sounds” and what that means to each of us. In the end, the idea of “divine” sound was boiled down to…

The Vital “Winds”-Vayus

The Vital “Winds”-Vayus

In the last Yoga Sutra Discussion Group we discussed three more sutras in the third chapter regarding yogic powers that relate to integration of the energetic “winds” called the vayus and the…


Knowledge and Sight of the Soul

Our last Yoga Sutra Discussion Group was a great opportunity to recap the Cosmology of yoga and the very essence of of “why” we practice. To understand the 36th (and…


The Distraction of Divinity

We know that the ultimate “goal” of yoga is to truly know one’s Self, leading to pure knowledge of the soul (purusa), devoid of distraction or hindrance from Nature (Prakrti).…