Purna Yoga

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“Purna” means “complete,” and Purna Yoga distills and integrates the vast aspects of yoga into an invaluable set of tools for transformation and healing.  It offers more than just exercise. . . because you are more than just a body.

lotus handsYou have a body, but you also have aspirations, dreams, relationships, careers, finances, and many other facets of your life.

World-renowned yoga-asana master Aadil Palkhivala and renowned meditation and Kundalini master Savitri envisioned a system that nurtures the whole you to help you feel more alive and to shine your light into the world.

They founded Purna Yoga to fulfill that dream.

Welcome Home

As Sri Aurobindo said, “All life is yoga.” May you discover the many ways in which Purna Yoga says “Welcome Home,” offering you tools, techniques and wisdom for feeling at home in your body, and at home with your spirit, for this is the true gift of yoga.  -Savitri and Aadil

When we feel lost, sad, confused, stuck, stiff, or are in pain, our bodies are telling us that we have lost contact with the most important part of us, our spirit. Therefore, we must use our breath, movements, thoughts and feelings to welcome our spirit into our first and most important physical home, our bodies. Purna Yoga teaches the mind, the body, and the emotions how to be at home with the spirit. Purna Yoga is the art of loving yourself by living from the heart.

The Four Petals of Purna Yoga. . .

  • Safety and Alignment-based Asana
  • Heartfull™ Meditation & Lifestyle, created by Savitri
  • Applied Philosophy
  • Nutrition and Lifestyle

. . . address all four aspects of our being:

  • Physical
  • Mental
  • Emotional
  • Spiritual

A Purna Yoga practice helps you:

  • Be a teacher that keeps your students and yourself safe
  • Understand the ins and outs of a quality and fulfilling yoga practice
  • Focus on your own spiritual connection
  • Develop your intuition
  • Be empowered to live from your heart instead of from your head.
  • Discover how become more caring, happy, and heart-centered
  • Live your purpose