*please note that workshops are not typically included with a class pass or special offer


$14 per class or $60 for prepayment of all 5 classes. You may also use your KRY class cards.

Are you are in a period of intense change or crisis? If so, know that you are not alone. Everyone
is going through it! Ours is a time of rapid change, evolution and expansion. These changes,
although overwhelming, are not in your life to crush you, but to swiftly bring you to a new level
of growth, freedom, expansion, and health.

Naam yoga addresses the stress on our nervous system, and the heaviness of our hearts,
during times of change and crisis. In only one Naam session, your spirit will be elevated, your
heart soothed, and a shift in your relationship to your current circumstance will occur.

We are now in a new Era of Community. We are not meant to go through these challenges
alone, but are meant to be supported, and in turn support others, who are passing through
the fire.

What is Naam Yoga?

Naam Yoga is the practice of opening the heart, increasing intuition, and stimulating self-healing
of the body and mind. Your Naam Yoga practice will cultivate the fearlessness to face negativity
and transmute it into positivity for yourself, others and the situations that you face.

Naam Yoga is a dynamic fusion of Eastern yogic wisdom and the Western practice of Divine
Spiritual Wisdom, or Universal Kabbalah. It incorporates the practice of divine sound (Naam)
with yogic movement, stretching postures, breathing, mudra and meditation. Through the
practice of Naam Yoga, the self-healing mechanisms of the body are activated, restoring
health, youth and balance.

This form of yoga therapy is empirically proven to relieve chronic physical and emotional pain,
manage stress, reduce anxiety and depression, and restore neuroimmunoendocrine balance.
The practice of Naam Yoga also increases dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain,
synchronizes the pituitary and pineal gland to regulate the endocrine system, reverses the effects
of aging and the chronic stress present in our changing times.



  The fact is that there is nothing more beautiful, more worthy or more conscious than you. ~Yogi Bhajan