This year, our October Theme of the Month is the fifth limb of yoga-



 As the senses withdraw, the intuitive mind awakens.

The practice of turning inward, of withdrawing the senses from external stimuli to the subtler experiences of the mind. Pratyahara cultivates mental discipline and discernment, and prepares us for the concentration needed for meditation.

“When the mind is guided by the wandering senses, then it carries away one’s understanding, as does the wind a ship on the water,” warns the Bhagavad Gita in a poetic description of the relentless pursuit of sensation at the expense of our physical, emotional, and mental health.

Teacher Highlight

image We are excited to announce that Emily Berger is joining our schedule this fall!  A runner, Emily came to stretch out at Be Yoga around two years ago. Since then, she developed a vigorous Vinyasa practice, became a Studio Ambassador and completed Teacher Training at Be Yoga!  She is a powerful Vinyasa and Hot Vinyasa teacher, with influences from Ashtanga and Be Inspired.
Fridays 5:30-6:30pm – Carmel
Mondays 5:45-6:45pm – Dilworth

Take Emily’s Class!


At Be Yoga, we believe in making yoga accessible and enjoyable. Our teachers and staff strive to offer the tools and techniques for you to create a beautiful life for yourself and those around you. The strong community formed by everyone involved here helps to create an engaging experience, and a strong foundation for your yoga journey.

So come to class, talk to your teachers and fellow students, join us for events, and start creating the group of friends and the life that you want to have.

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