Be a Hatha Yogi.

Programs we offer

Upa Yoga is a simple yet powerful system of exercise that activates the joints, muscles, and energy system. Based on a sophisticated understanding of the body’s mechanics, Upa Yoga dispels inertia in the body’s energy and brings ease to the whole system. More Info

Surya Kriya is a potent yogic practice of tremendous antiquity, designed as a holistic process for health, wellness, and complete inner well-being. It balances a person’s left and right energy channels, leading to stability of the body and stillness of the mind. More Info

Angamardhana, a fitness system rooted in yoga, offers everyone the opportunity to invigorate the body and reach peak physical and mental health. More Info

Yogasanas are a way of aligning the inner system and adjusting it to the celestial geometry, thereby becoming in sync with the existence and naturally achieving a chemistry of healthfulness, joyfulness, blissfulness, and above all, balance. More Info

There is a whole system of yoga called Bhuta Shuddhi, which means “purification of the elements.” The wellbeing of the body and mind can be established by purifying these elements within the human system. More Info


  • “The classes are conducted with such warmth and kindness it’s overwhelming. What is being offered is much more than just postures and practices. Mere words don’t do the program justice. It was truly a life enhancing experience.“ Nicole Bock
  • “All of a sudden you feel as if your body is being hooked up to a new level of electricity and you are gaining vibrancy. And that vibrancy stays with you, and it carries with you through all your practices and in how you conduct your life.” Chris Bunting
  • “Experientially something very different is happening. It’s like the seed is put inside of you and it’s turned into wild fire. But it’s not really something you can touch with words. There is a beautiful complexity to what’s happening to me.” Laura Lee Soderberg
  • “It has taken me leaps and bounds further than anything else that I have ever done. It is not just about doing the program; it’s about making this yoga a part of yourself and you yourself changing.” Vivian Willis