Life moves fast. Yoga doesn't have to.
We are excited about your interest in yoga; whether you're starting up a new yoga practice or expanding your seasoned, deepening commitment as a yoga student, this is the place for you. Yoga is for everyone, and we are actively committed to education, action and compassion as both a community and an organization, so that we might honestly become a sanctuary where all are safe and welcome.
Welcome to our intimate community center where we offer approachable, intelligent instruction and warmth that reaches well beyond the physical practices. Since 2007, we have built a community of highly skilled, experienced teachers committed to deep, honest inquiry. We embrace small-class culture, treat you with respect and dignity, and are deeply invested in shaping the conversation of yoga both inside the studio and in the wider community by educating students and teachers with depth and integrity.
We have no commitment to any specific method. At this point we value equity, safety, transparency, sustainability, inclusion and empathy in instruction. Most importantly, we are actively working toward being accessible. Whether you are a true beginner, a student seeking relief from stress or injury, a seasoned teacher wanting to hone your skills, someone old enough to value your health wanting to learn how to maintain it, or you just want to get better at living your life, welcome home. Life is complex. Yoga helps.
The community, business and teachers of The Bhaktishop are deeply invested in staff training, meaningful self-education, and building the knowledge, skill and human resource necessary to invest in a more equitable business model. We're creating conversations about race, inclusion, fat-phobia, ableism, trauma-informed practices, and equity on a daily basis here, and aim to make use of these skills in a broader capacity in the yoga community. Our center and classes/events are mobility-device accessible, and while not all of our teachers are trained in deep accessibility for folks with disabilities, we are working toward this potential.