with MaryJoanna Grisso

"Lokah Samastah Sukino Bhavantu." 

May all beings be happy and free, and may the actions of my life contribute

in some way to that happiness and freedom for all.


Welcome and Namaste, 


How humbled I am to share my experiences of this practice with you. First, let me honor that there are many different ways to feel and experience this ancient, sacred healing system that has originated in India thousands of years ago. I am grateful to share some aspects of this mountain that is yoga with you, by way of my own practice and study. 

For me, yoga is much more than the physical Asanas/poses. It goes beyond where you put your limbs. Yoga is the practice of getting to know your body, your breath, your SELF. The more we connect with this knowing of ourSELVES, the more we can love ourselves, check ourselves, grow ourselves. 

Let us journey together to know ourselves, to feel the breath, to strengthen the muscles, to stretch the body and the mind, to feel our deepest potential of strength and letting go, to find balance. May we approach our practice through the physical body, mediation, self-reflection, community, and committed study and reverence for this gift that is yoga. 


Yoga Sutra 1.1: atha yoganusasanam 

now, begins the practice of yoga 





All classes are donation based. (suggested $5-$10)

*If you are dealing with financial hardships due to Covid-19, please feel free to take these classes without offering financial investment. Instead, please offer yourself the beautiful gift of simply showing up to this practice.

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If you are interested in private sessions, or have any questions regarding classes, please feel free to reach out. 

Blessings and Namaste. 

Photo credits: Massaaki Komori