Welcome to The Bhaktishop

The Bhaktishop Yoga Center is a powerful community center that vibrates with the pulse of life and the pursuit of love. We celebrate like-minded company, the pursuit of service and the power of love through all the transformational practices of yoga and bhakti. Bhakti truly means “loving, devotional service,” and at The Bhaktishop, our highly trained, compassionate, and warm-hearted teachers all encourage you to find that loving place within, in which you long to give to others. Together, we do this through dedicated yoga practice, commitment, and service. Whether you are a brand-new student or a life-long seeker, we welcome you with open arms.

Hanuman welcomes you!

Here's the latest

Please call 503-244-0108 or check Facebook for any updates on classes and possible cancellations, in case of weather or visiting teachers.

One special class on New Year's Day at 12 noon with Tasha

Reminder: As of January 1st, we will set out a brand-new stack of sticky, durable, and most importantly, clean community mats and begin charging $1 per mat rental. You can bring $1 in cash each time, or you can purchase a mat-rental card in 5, 10 and 20 rental amounts to save the hassle of bringing cash. The mats will be cleaner and we will all be healthier overall. Win-Win!

You can also bring your own mat and rent a storage space from us for $10 a month, ask us how!

KIRTAN IS BACK!!
Mark your calendars for the following dates on the Third Saturdays of the month from 6:30-8pm
Jan. 17, Feb. 21, Mar. 21 and April18th, by donation
Join Lisa Mae and Monicka as we explore the first few limbs of the bhakti practices as well as some discussion about the path of devotion. We will listen to stories, contemplate some verses, and chant together in love and joy. Come and sing!

Please note the following Sunday 7pm Vinyasa 2 are cancelled:
1/11, 2/15, 3/1, 3/15, 4/12, 4/19, 5/10, and 5/17 for Prenatal Teacher Training and the New Restorative Spa Workshops!

"You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give."

~ Kahlil Gibran

Greetings, dear ones! Gratitude in big heaps for all your dedication and love in yoga practice. We are delighted to share with you the joys of yoga, day after day.