In Sanskrit, bhoga means fun or enjoyment. In this spirit we offer quality yoga instruction across a variety of styles and traditions to create a practice that is safe, challenging, and enjoyable for students of all experience levels.

Bhoga Blog

Ten Yoga Poses You Can Learn Today

Yoga is seeing a big surge in popularity today and for good reason. It not… Read More

The Yogipreneur’s Guide to Happy, Successful Yoga Teachers

The teachers, in a large part, create the ambiance of the studio. They are the ones who interact with students and whose energy infuses a room. The goal of many studio owners is to hire responsible, knowledgeable, and dedicated teachers who create an atmosphere in line with the studio vision…. Read More

The Importance of Breathing in Yoga

Breathing is what causes the movement of energy and what helps the body relax. An already-stiff body that tries to shape itself into different poses will only injure itself. But when we breathe deeply, we can open ourselves to feel more emotion, as well as be more in tune with what’s happening in our bodies. Breathing deeply in yoga can actually help you avoid injury. … Read More

The Realistic Sadhana

A morning sadhana is like setting an intention for your day Staying in bed and sleeping late, may be wonderful at the moment but feeling like crap all morning…… Read More

At The Studio

May 25: Memorial Day Schedule

We are offering two 90-minute classes on Memorial Day:
10a vinyasa with Kris Olson
12p hatha flow with Jennifer Oechsner

May 30: Next Level: Balancing Effort With Ease

Join Todd Wilson to deepen your practice with step by step techniques and sequences to help you go further and master some of the more advanced poses & transitions in a safe way.

June 5: Nepal Benefit Class

Yoga Bhoga and Pixie Retreat unite to raise money for the survivors of the Nepal earthquake. Join Kimi for a 75-minute yoga practice packed with myth and movement followed by delicious, organic, vegan food provided by Pixie Retreat. All proceeds donated to Mercy Corps!

June 6: Activation, Integration, Actualization

This Master Series discussion will discuss what power is, why do we need it, and how we guide it into willed activity that benefits all. This 3.5 hr workshop will include a deep Hatha yoga practice consisting of asana, pranayama and guided relaxation/ meditation.