For 40 years, the Yoga Farm has been teaching classical yoga, a holistic form of yoga, year round. People of all ages
and backgrounds find something unique. The Yoga Farm's Daily Schedule provides two yoga asana classes, two guided silent meditation sessions, two kirtan sessions, two lectures on yoga and related topics, and two organic, vegetarian meals. The Yoga Farm is located on 80 acres of beautiful countryside in the Sierra foothills. The Yoga Farm environment is conducive to rapid progress in regaining health, energy, and peace of mind through relaxation, rejuvenation, diet and exercise, breath work, study, and positive thinking. Some of the benefits visitors to the Yoga Farm report include greater mind-body awareness, heightened sensory perception, greater sense of purpose, improved attitude, stronger resistance to stress, improved efficiency at work, and better relationships.
Yoga Retreats, Meditation courses, Ayurvedic retreats, Vedic Astrology workshops, offered at the Sivananda Ashram
Yoga Farm, a non-profit organization in Grass Valley, CA. Guests are introduced to the Yoga Asanas, Pranayama, Meditation, Chanting, Ayurveda, Satsang, Sanskrit, Advaita Vedanta, and lots more. We offer a Yoga Teachers Training Course, Beginners Retreats (one week of every month), Yoga Vacations, Ayurvedic Massage and Rejuvenation Retreats and Kids Yoga camp.
A cute little studio with lots of individual attention specializing in preventing and healing injuries. Kathleen has
healed herself from many afflictions, has taught over 7,000 hours of yoga and loves to share her wealth of knowledge to help individuals be their best potential. New Student $30=30 days $14 Drop-in ~ $55=5 classes ~ $100=10 classes
Located at the corner of Highway 49 and Alta Sierra Drive, the studio offers a boutique environment where students
are treated as the indivduals that they are. The pricing is affordable and the schedule can accomodate all yogis from the beginner to the more advanced. The philosophy at Grass Valley Yoga is, come as you are, leave feeling restored and renewed.
Full Life Yoga Studio is a quiet, simple place where we celebrate the homecoming with and in the body, respecting
the individual journeys of our lives that have brought us to this day.
Our Teachers offer a variety of styles for every age, body type, and ability level, and are here to serve the community and help people maintain and regain a flexible, toned body that has freedom of movement.
Our Classes focus on the body’s alignment in each yoga posture and utilize props to achieve the full benefit of a pose. We invite you to take time to pause and notice how you feel, release tension and stress from your lives, and gain a greater sense of body awareness by honing your sensitivities.
Wild Mountain Yoga Center is nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills between Nevada City and Grass Valley, California.
Our beautiful studios have wood floors, natural light and a nourishing atmosphere. Our teachers offer guidance on our journey of self acceptance and lasting well being and are committed to creating a strong sense of community. Classes include Yoga, T'ai Chi Ch'uan, Pilates, and Meditation. Beginners and first-timers are always welcome.
Sharing Nature Worldwide was created to share the joy of nature with others as well as supporting a deep inner experience.
Sharing Nature in conjunction with the Ananda Expanding Light, located in the Sierra Nevada Foothills, often takes others on outings which combine the beauty of nature along with meditation and yoga postures to enhance this experience even more.
Yoga for Fitness Studio offers Hatha (Iyengar) and Ashtanga (Power) style Yoga classes taught in a multi-level format
with safe modifications and is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. The Yoga classes teach traditional yoga principles and techniques to provide a complete workout for the mind and body. Our Yoga does not adhere to any particular philosophy, religion or type of meditation. There is no chanting, Sanskrit words, or religious connotations used. The Yoga workouts combine deep breathing, stretching, strength & balance, cardiovascular exercise and a meditation/”cool down” session.