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Amrit Yoga
Learn to live in harmony and alignment—the essence of authentic yoga.


Amrit Yoga is meditation in motion, transforming the philosophy of yoga into experiential reality-transcending every aspect of your being. This practice integrates joyful inner stillness with effortless outer action in the world.

Amrit Yoga cultivates inward focus and meditative awareness along with the practice of postures and pranayams. This internal focus is the most powerful tool to prevent chronic, stress-producing mental dialogues and emotional reactions. These unconscious habits accompany us through every activity; the yoga mat is not an exception.

The practice of Amrit Yoga has the power to engage you totally, absorb you completely, and integrate you fully into your body, mind, heart, and soul. It empowers you to enter the experience of unity, which is integral to the experience of yoga.

Amrit Yoga is a metaphor for life. The skills of mindful attention and meditative awareness you develop on the yoga mat extend to challenges you encounter in life. Painful transition periods, relationships, and crises can become opportunities and openings for personal transformation.


The I AM Yoga Prayer 

I open my heart to explore the divinity 
that is inherent within my body and being.
I respect and honor my body as a temple of the divine.
I am not just this body; but the embodied spirit itself.
I am not my thoughts or my emotions.
I am the witness to all that is passing.

When I step into yoga, I step into sacred territory.
I move with great reverence toward my body.
I take this blessed moment
as an opportunity to transform all that holds me back
from living in the light of being that I AM.

I let go of the limitations that I continually discover
held in my physical, mental and emotional bodies
that keep me from realizing 
the divine potential inborn within me.

During this entire practice,
I make a firm commitment 
to apply myself one hundred percent in each posture.
I engage my full attention and choiceless awareness 
to fully surrender to the experience 
of the sacred union of body, mind, heart and soul.

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