Being Yoga

 Community


  Being Yoga is our regular Yoga Philosophy and In-depth Asana Study class.

  Classes are:

  • Yoga Philosophy: 3 Mondays a month, 7:30 - 8:30pm 
  • In-depth Asasana Study: 2 Saturdays a month, 7:00 - 8:30am

  Check the  Being Yoga calendar for the latest schedule.


  Topics discussed include: 

  • Bhagavad Gita (karma, dharma, seva, etc)
  • Yoga Sutras (kleshas, thoughtwaves of the mind, 8 limbs, etc)
  • Personal Leadership (setting intention, priorities, leading edge)
  • Integrating Yoga into Life
  • 7 Steps for Processing Emotions
  • Principles of Community & Relationships

What Others Have to Say:


"Being Yoga is a bridge from the studio into the world. By spending time with others who share a similar vision I have grown and expanded. Being a part of the Being Yoga community will change the way you relate to yourself and to others. It's awesome! (That just about says it all!!!)" ~ Denise N.

"I really enjoy going to Being Yoga classes. It is great to be able to expand my knowledge around the asanas and around yoga philosophy. It allows me to be able to live my yoga every moment of my life. I've always been interested in the philosophical aspects of yoga and I am blessed to have such a loving community to share and grow with. Going to class feels more like going to a family reunion, where we can share our thoughts and feelings and express our true selves." ~ April M.

"Being Yoga has helped me in so many ways. I've learned so much about yoga philosophy and eastern teachings. I can see changes in my thinking." ~ Dana J.

"Being Yoga is my opportunity to be with a community of like-minded people on a regular basis, exploring what it means to be a yogi. Being Yoga has been the greatest means, besides private lessons, of expanding my awareness and understanding of the practice and application of yoga in my life. It has empowered me to take my life in the direction I want to go and know my priorities. I can't imagine Mondays and Saturdays without my Being Yoga friends!" ~ Ashley M.

"My purpose for doing yoga has changed since I first started. At first I was here for the physical part and found out through continuing to show up - I received mental and spiritual fulfillment as well as a community of like persons." ~ Kay W.

"Being Yoga serves as an effective bridge for me between theory and personal application. Through participating in Being Yoga since its inception, I have evolved from student into teacher, gaining the wisdom of yoga and learning to share it. Now that I assist in teaching Being Yoga an entirely new transformation is taking place, the depth of which continues to unfold for me." ~ Liz A.

What is Being Yoga?

Being Yoga began in 2004 when Tracie saw the need for students to have an opportunity to study and learn the aspects of yoga that create profound changes in a way that could allow real integration into one's life.

Being Yoga provides an opportunity for the student to make a transition in his or her understanding of yoga. Ultimately yoga is practiced so that it becomes a way of being. In these classes, Tracie assists you in bridging the gap from study and knowledge to application and wisdom.

Being Yoga meets three Mondays each month from 7:30-8:30 pm and two Saturdays each month from 7-8:30 am. The Monday sessions focus on studying and learning the comprehensive science and art of yoga psychology offering a methodology of understanding the self in relationship to oneself and others. This is accomplished through study and integrating the texts of yoga and applying to real-life experiences. The Saturday sessions focus on asana alignment and technique, awakening the inner teacher to deepen personal understanding.

Please talk to us at the desk or contact us to let us know you are interested in enrolling in Being Yoga!

Being Yoga may be right for you if:


  • You want to learn how to apply and integrate yoga into your life and your teaching.
  • You want to make a commitment to changing your mind and your body.
  • You are a serious student of yoga.
  • You find that you want a deeper understanding of the things you have already been learning.
  • You want to develop rapport with your students and become the most effective teacher possible!
  • You want to make yoga more of a way of life.