Learn. Grow. Connect.
We have curated a collective of instructors with vast and varied training in multiple fields related to the mind-body connection as well as equity and social justice fields, and these rich experiences greatly inform the yoga we teach. Among the highly skilled teachers that call this place home we have two teachers with Masters Degrees in Acupuncture, several Licensed Massage Therapists, a teacher with a Masters Degree in Ayurveda, a Registered Nurse, three teachers with Advanced Degrees in Counseling and Mental Health, a Trauma-Informed yoga specialist, a Physical Therapist, a certified Yoga Therapist and Franklin Method teacher, a Naturopathic Physician, a book artist, a Social Worker, two visual and performance Artists, a Nutrition Therapist, a former Montessori teacher, a classically trained actor, and more. All of our paths leading up to this moment are varied and rich—we are most fortunate to get to call many wise and inspiring people our own teachers. We all hope to bring to you the very same integrity and teachings that were shared with us.
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, 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.
We all strive to share our skill, knowledge, experience and love of yoga with you in a warm, accessible, non-judgemental way, every day. We provide an environment where you are welcomed, encouraged to study and learn and ask questions.