3.2.17




What?!!!
You have friends who've never been through these doors?
How is that even possible?

We love you, and we imagine we'll also love your friends. Let's grow our community, we need to see more of you,
 and we want to meet your good friends and your neighbors. Now is the time to grow our sweet sangha. We are now offering your loved ones a "Welcome Home to Loka" package where they can come join our party/revolution, meet all of us, sample all of our classes, get physically and mentally stronger, and get some much needed serenity.



The unlimited pass is good for 30 days 
after the date they make the purchase.

And, of course, we still offer 3 classes for $30 for 
new students looking for less of a commitment. 


"This is a marathon, not a sprint." 
Get everyone on board this peace train! 

16.8.16

The Neck and Shoulders Fall Immersion with Laxman Panthi and Dari Sylvia



Loka Yoga presents:



The Neck and Shoulders Winter Immersion 
with Laxman Panthi and Dari Love Sylvia 

The neck and shoulder regions are among the most challenging problem areas of our bodies. When we live with misaligned cervical vertebrae and discs, we tense our muscles to prevent acute pain, but this strategy can actually result in further imbalance. These healing workshops will include resting the head and neck in restorative poses, often weighting specific areas when appropriate, modified asana (yoga poses), learning methods of self-massage with tools we'll have on hand, and gentle massage. We will also be addressing tension storage in neck, shoulders and the jaw, whether stress has come from daily life or the current stressful world at large. Remember, we're in a marathon, not a sprint.
You must keep your cup full so you don't burn out!

All workshop modules are 1-4pm.

6.10.15

New Tuesday Night Class Time starts this week! 7PM - 8:30PM with Alek Trail

Our current most talked about class...
7PM - 8:30PM with Alek Trail



About Alek:
Alek came to yoga in her late teens, and since then has been exploring and  experimenting with the physical and mental practice as a way to stay curious, humbled, and  connected. With a background in modern dance and improvisational movement, yoga has  provided her different perspectives to approach and refine the subtle body and mind. 
With her teaching philosophy rooted in authenticity, kinesthetic awareness, and question- asking and answering, her  intention is for her students to walk out of her classes feeling as though they have deeper sense of their inner-landscape with which they can dive deeper  intellectually, spiritually, and physically. She strives to facilitate an experience for the  practitioner to become more familiar with the subtle body- allowing them to hone  awareness, drop in, and gain more mindful insight into their own unique personal practice.