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Pranava Yoga Center is built on a foundation of the ancient and traditional practices of the 8 Limb path of yoga, but we are a new generation of yogis.  We focus on cultivating deeper awareness and connection in the body, mind, soul, and heart.  While we hold the traditions close and believe in living our yoga, we can be rebellious at times, so we are able to let go too. We believe in power of humor, lightness, having fun, and not taking things too seriously, but we also believe in being disciplined in the practice.  We believe that a higher state of well-being can be attained through a steady yoga practice.  We teach all ages and all walks of life.  We are passionate about yoga and we not only talk the talk, but we walk our talk.  We love yoga and we want you to be inspired by the practice!

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"Patanjali talked about friendliness, compassion,gladness, andjoy. Friendliness and grace are two qualities that are essential for the yoga student. In yoga class, students often look so serious and so separate from one another. Where is the friendliness? Where is the compassion? Where is the gladness? Where is the joy? Without these, we have not achieved the true yoga of Patanjali."

-- B.K.S. Iyengar Light on Life




  • Focus of the Month: July


    Path of Righteousness,law,

    Truth, Duty, Protection



    In spiritual practices,describes dharma as the natural universal laws whose observance enables humans to be contented and happy, and to save himself from degradation and suffering. Dharma is the moral law combined with spiritual discipline that guides one's life. Hindus consider dharma the very foundation of life. It means "that which holds" the people of this world and the whole creation. Dharma is the "law of being" without which things cannot exist.






    The Universal Principles of Morality through Yoga


    1. Ahimsa: Nonviolence i.e. not giving pain to anyone through speech, deed and mind
    2. Satya: Truth
    3. Asteya: Non-Stealing
    4. Aparigraha: Non-Greed
    5. Brahmacharya: Controling of the senses
    6. Saucha: cleanliness of the body, mind and soul
    7. Santosha: Contentment in every aspect of life
    8. Tapas: To bear all pains and hurts bravely and be unaffected by them
    9. Swadhayaya: Self-learning or self-realization
    10. Ishvara Pranidhana or Samarpan: Surrender to Supreme or Creator

    10 Principles of Dharma-Manusmriti


    1. Patience (dhriti)
    2. Forgiveness(kshama)
    3. Self-Control (dama)
    4. Honesty (asteya)
    5.sanctity (saucha)
    6. control of sense (indraiya-nigrah)
    7. reason or wisdom (dhi)
    8. Knowledge or learning (vidya)
    9. truthfulness (Satya)
    10. Absense of anger (krodha)



    Few of the biggest practitioners of Dharma



          Hanuman & Rama            Jesus                     Buddha          Archangel Michael


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    "My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness." - Dalai Lama