Become a more vibrant version of yourself and discover optimal health through our inspiring studio classes.
We offer a full spectrum approach to yoga as a lifestyle, starting with a physical practice on the mat. Our mission is to guide you through a physical practice that transforms your body and mind, leading you to a place where you are able to experience states of ease, grace, joy and connection.
Discover a deeper connection to your heart and mind through meditation, teacher training and yoga workshops.
Meditation is the essence of yoga and the end goal of all our yoga classes. It’s the greater knowledge of these practices that will have a profound effect on your life and enlighten you to possibilities beyond the physical practice of yoga.
Be part of a heartfelt community and share the joy of music and movement, giving back to those who need it most.
Through our music and seva (service) events, you’ll find opportunities to connect with others in the spirit of giving, and really make a difference in the world. Service to others is the supreme path of yoga!
Create the space in your life to be the best you can be, follow your dreams and celebrate living InYoga!
Unlock and engage your potential both on and off the mat through our studio offerings: regular daily classes, workshops, trainings and events that don't just teach asana, but invite you to dive in fully to live, know and love a life in yoga.
InYoga was created for people to connect with like-minded others, enriching their knowledge and experience of yoga both on and off the mat.
Our vision is to guide you through an organic, evolutionary, living process of yoga to awaken your full potential. Through our classes, workshops, trainings and events, we encourage you to live, know and love a life in yoga.
An innovative approach to the traditional philosophy of yoga lies at the heart of all that we offer. Yoga is any activity or path that leads to integration or wholeness of the human being. We acknowledge the traditional lineages of yoga, presenting them in a way that is relevant to modern, city-dwelling yogis.