Yoga Philosophy


While the physical practice of asana is important, the heart of yoga lies in the connection between the mind, body, and spirit. The articles below explore this connection, offering an introduction to the principles of yoga philosophy and guidance for applying them to your daily life. Read new reflections on ancient yogic texts, such as the Yoga Sutras of Pantanjali, the Vedas, and the Bhagavad Gita. Gain insight into the eight limbs of yoga, and learn how to apply them for a more complete, yogic lifestyle. Find out what happens when you stop just doing yoga, and start living yogi.

Recent Posts for Yoga Philosophy & Lifestyle

June 15, 2020

Diving Deeper into Yoga Terminology

Self-awareness Namaste!  Patanjali’s eight-limb path is a benchmark in Yoga for those looking to delve into a more meaningful and purpose filled life.  These guidelines pave […]
June 3, 2020

Yoga Teacher Stereotypes

Let’s face it, the moment you read that title “yoga teacher stereotypes”, an image of a stereotypical yoga teacher popped into your head.  We chose a […]
May 18, 2020

Living Yoga Beyond the Mat with the Yama

Very little of the yogic life actually happens on the mat. Yoga is an entire system of awakening our consciousness and working toward enlightenment. And it […]
April 14, 2020

Why self-care is necessity, not luxury

  Rough times… Importance of self-care  If you look at your newsfeed, scroll on social media, or open your inbox, you’ll see plenty of reminders of all that […]
April 7, 2020

What Yoga Lineage Aligns Best With You

        Stuck in a rut or maybe you haven’t found a yoga class that feels quite right?     Finding the yoga lineage […]
February 19, 2020

13 Yoga Mantras to Bring Only Good Vibes

Mantras are powerful: They carry positive vibrations that reverberate throughout our entire being.
February 11, 2020
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Couples Who Yoga Together Stay Together

These three yogic guidelines are critical for sustaining a strong relationship with your partner.
January 30, 2020
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The Uphill Battle with Impermanence

Practice. Notice your words. Offer some gentleness to your anger, your fear, your weariness. Feel them rather than be them. They will all pass.