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Upcoming Events


Be a Student of Your Body - Student Workshop Series

with Sandy Gross

Sat, January 19th Noon to 5pm

Study Yoga Mentoring Group

with Swami Atmarupa & Sandy Gross
 2/8, 2/10

Restorative Yoga : Opening to Healing Energy 

with Deb Smith
Friday, Feb. 15th 5:30 to 7:30pm

Forgiveness & Salutations : Lifestyle Yama & Niyama

with Swami Atmarupa
Sat. March 2nd 2:00 to 4:00 pm



Fine-Tuning Your Practice
A New Blog from Swami Atmarupa

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More Quotes of the Week

If you want to befriend your mind, treat the whole world as your family, and reach out to as many people as you can.

-Swami Satyananda (from the bookmark on Jyoti’s desk)


If everyone wished for poverty, the world would be heaven. Everybody is trying to be wealthy, but the great saints have said that one has to live a life of self-imposed poverty. Actually the word “poverty” should be replaced by the word “simplicity”. Simplicity in life is living exactly in accordance with your necessities and means.    

-Swami Satyananda, in Swami Sivananda’s 18 –ities and the Practice of Pratyahara


The final outcome of yoga is not isolating ourselves from the world, but involving  ourselves more deeply in the affairs of the world, knowing our place in it, our duties, and how we can make a difference in other people’s lives. This is what Swami Sivananada called ‘The Divine Life’.

-Swami Niranjananda, in Swami Sivananda’s 18 –ities and the Practice of Pratyahara


Useless and corrupting elements in our lifestyle can unnecessarily hold us back in our quest to evolve.  We need to look at our interactions, maybe write them down, and assess what they are doing for us or to us in this quest.

-Dr. Rishi Vivekananda Saraswati, in Practical Yoga Psychology


Develop the ability to accept the ups and downs of life as they are. Swami Satyananda said, “Life is full of ups and downs, but for the yogi, every ‘up’ is a joy and every ‘down’ is an adventure."

-Dr. Rishi Vivekananda Saraswati, in Practical Yoga Psychology