Since we started in 1998, we have developed a commitment to four principles:
- Teach yoga safely, always to improve a persons’ health and well being rather than causing harm;
- Keep it grounded in real experience, starting with the physical experience and moving to the spiritual practice and benefit as a human revelation devoid of cliche or dogma;
- Keep it interesting–yoga works because it is more than relaxation, more than a workout, more than meditation–it’s an unfolding of self discovery, growth and health;
- Wellness and mindful practice needs the support of community, and our center is dedicated to unpretentious, real relationships based on trust, respect, and a shared interest in personal growth.