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"The state of contentment contains the fullness of Life.

Eveything of value,everything of beauty, everything of meaning is present in contentment, in santosha.

There is nothing more to do…nothing more to seek." - Goswami Kriyananda


Types of Yoga 


Led Primary Series 

If deep asana practice is calling you, the First Series of Ashtanga is also called Yoga Chikitsa or “Yoga Therapy". Utilizing Ujjayi breath and a finely tuned and iconic sequence for majesty & equipoise, focus is on forward bending and twisting postures to rid the body and mind of all tension and stiffness. Before moving on with the Second and Third series, where the nervous system is more deeply impacted, the

inflammatory responses of the body are transmuted to be ready for deeper Yogic practice.  75 minutes 

No current online classes. Available in private sessions.

Kundalini Kriya Yoga

A method utilizing prana (life-breath-energy), asana (posture), mantra (transformative sound), and dyana (meditation).  Though many of the techniques are centuries old techniques, students are guided through regular practice to refine all aspects of yoga training. Lea holds the energy of each session for healing and transmits this unique system which can be experienced by anyone with life-changing results. Renew your spirit while you develop strength, flexibility, and endurance for life. One hour.

Via Zoom ~~~> Tuesday / Thursday 6:30am PST /  9:30am EST



Breath work is always a part of each Kundalini Yoga class, but on its own this aspect of yoga is so essential that it is the architecture of the mind as well as the energy flow of the body.  Access to the sacred breath makes life sweet and higher awareness real. 

Via Zoom ~~~> Monday 5:00pm PST / 8:00pm EST

Vinyasa Yoga

Moves dynamically from asana to asana, pose to pose with constant attention to breath.  Focus is on balance, power, fluidity, flexibility and alignment.  Vinyasa frees the body of impurities like stiffness and muscle tension, leaving practitioners feeling clear, free and energized. Vinyasa is a challenging practice,  appropriate for those with prior experience with asanas and Yogic breath. 75 minutes

Via Zoom ~~~> Sunday 8:00am PST / 11:00am EST


Dyana, or the practice of inner stillness, is a neutral focus of being from which all emotions and concepts can be watched with pure delight. Each session includes a Kriya Yoga technique to help you attune to your Self.  Meditation classes address the challenges and rewards of developing a consistent practice. Silent and guided meditation, into states of deep relaxation are part of every session and support healing and elevated consciousness. One hour.

Tibetan Yoga and Meditation practices are also given in Dream Yoga Sessions, to align the minds and hearts with the pillars of spiritual wisdom teachings.

Via Zoom ~~~> Monday 5:00pm PST / 8:00pm EST 

 (The second part of the evening class is for meditation and Tibetan Dream Yoga.)                                

                  ~~~> Sunday 9:00am PST / Noon EST

Beginning Classes

An introduction to the practice and also for those who would like to go at a slower pace. Classes give students the opportunity to learn fundamentals correctly. Yoga is safe and enjoyable even at the start, and can help you to feel a deeper sense of wellness and peace.

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Ayurvedic Yoga 

The application of yoga in all of its forms for individual doshas. physical and psychological constitutions to create, ,balance and sustain health. 

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