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What is Dhyāna?

Dhyāna (dee-AH-nah) means "meditation" in Sanskrit (or specifically, the "flow state" of meditation) and it is considered one of the Eight Limbs of Yoga. At Dhyāna Yoga & Wellness, we carry forward the intent of classical yoga by using asana (yoga postures) and pranayama (yogic breathing) to prepare the body and mind for meditation. Bringing awareness to movement and breath, we can approach meditation (and life) with a quieter mind.


Kripalu Yoga

Looking to spend some time on the mat? Kripalu yoga can be described as a "moving meditation" that cultivates mindfulness while moving with the breath. Increased strength, flexibility and vitality are just some of the benefits of regular practice. Our Kripalu style classes typically include pranayama (breath work) and a period of relaxation or meditation.

Private classes are tailored to each individual's needs and experience and can include chair yoga, restorative yoga, and other modalities when needed. 

We are an inclusive and body-positive studio --all are welcome!

Find our more about our in-person and online Yoga offerings on our Classes & Events page.

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Health & Wellness

Learn how to support your health naturally! Plants have been used for centuries, in many cultures to promote good health in humans and animals. Herbal wellness consultations are available, both in person or online. For those looking to study Herbalism, ask about our courses and private coaching sessions for aspiring herbalists!  Email us to request more information.

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Learn how to quiet the mind, finding relaxation and peace in a stressful world. Using a variety of simple yet effective techniques, we can customize a practice that suits your individual needs and lifestyle. Find out about our online Meditation Coaching program.

Receive support and inspiration for your practice by 

joining our free online community where you'll enjoy virtual Group Meditations and other inspiring content.

"The highest form of spiritual practice is self-observation without judgement"

~ Swami Kripalu

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