We offer meditation, yoga classes and workshops for all age groups and stages of meditative practice. Students are taught in small groups by experienced instructors and are given personal, one-on-one attention.
In the Himalayan Yoga Tradition, meditation is seen as a systematic method, which leads one from the lower, material levels of awareness to the highest and most subtle state of consciousness.
Hatha Yoga in the Himalayan Tradition is taught as an integrated practice, which includes: centering, basic relaxations, correct breathing, breath-awareness, stretching sequences using the Joints & Glands movements, asana refinement, subtle-body relaxations, pranayamas, and meditation.
Satsang – Community Gatherings
Thursday Evening Satsang Sessions
You’re invited! Get acquainted with the Center’s community of students and teachers by participating in our Thursday night community gathering (satsang). Whether you are new to yoga or an experienced practitioner you will enjoy sharing in satsang with friends you know and ones you will make.
Sunday Satang Sessions
Sunday satsang sessions are informal gatherings of people who are interested in refining their meditative practices and their lifestyles following the teachings of the Himalayan Yoga Tradition.
The Center offers special events throughout the year such as the 40-day Spiritual Festival each summer, open houses, International Yoga Day in June, Spiritual Cinema viewings, and many more.
HYT – Teachers Training Program and Continuing Education
Each summer, the Center is pleased to host a retreat for the Himalayan Yoga Tradition – Teacher’s Training Program (HYT-TTP) of our parent organization, AHYMSIN (Association of Yoga Meditation Societies International).
The Center offers biofeedback to its community as a tool to refine and strengthen elements of one’s yoga and meditation practices. Biofeedback helps support the process of learning self-regulation. This model integrates the practice of Yoga/Meditation with Biofeedback.