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

The Cost of Self-Esteem

The other day I had an anxiety dream: the kind of dream that played with my sense of worth by exposing me to a form of public shame…. Read More Continue reading

Yoga Soup For the Soul

When I was eighteen years old, yoga was an attractive physical practice to me for… Read More

Savasana: A Journey into Shame, Surrender, and Spirit

There is a Hindu myth where Ganesha attends a lavish dinner party hosted by Kubera,… Read More

The Unexpected Paths of Life

Like the yoga itself, each day I was forced to let go of my ego, make mistakes, and meet myself exactly where I was and not where I wanted to be. I confronted myself in new and exciting ways supported by the philosophy, theory, and community of yoga…. Read More

At The Studio

Sept 20: Illuminating the Darkness

This workshop is a about finding balance in our bodies and minds as we shift from summer to autumn and its metaphorical relationship that brings awareness to our inner light and its counterpart, our hidden shadow. Come for a deep Hatha yoga practice consisting of asana, pranayama and guided relaxation/meditation.

Oct 18: Zen Meditation with Caverly Morgan

Through alternate periods of guided and silent meditation, learn how suffering is created in your life and gain tools to let those processes go. This workshop will be for those new to sitting meditation, as well as for those who wish to delve more deeply into the practice.

Oct 23: Diwali Celebration

Diwali, known as the “festival of lights”, is a festival associated with the Lakshmi, the goddess of abundance and fortune. Join Kimi Marin on Diwali for a special 2-hour hatha flow class Through storytelling, mantra, mudra, and asana, shed light on self-made obstacles and manifest abundance in your life.