With the popularity of yoga, you have many options when choosing a place to practice.  While it’s not hip or always popular, here at LKPY we commit to keep the “yoga” in yoga and use the physical component (poses) as a tool to explore the mental & spiritual benefits. With an aim that your practice on the mat helps you with your life off the mat.

 “It is sin to commit injustice, but it is a greater sin to tolerate injustice”

Our yoga practice reminds us that if we want to make positive and transformative change, our yoga practice cannot stop at ‘self-improvement’ and ‘self’care’. It requires a conscious effort to take responsibility for our harmful actions and hold ourselves accountable in bringing about the changes we want to see in the world. This requires small businesses, especially yoga studios and yoga teachers, to speak up, speak out, and put words to actions. 

At LKPY we recognize how in both the global, and in our personal yoga community, there has been a lack of diversity, inclusivity, and representation. We believe all people should have access to yoga and its benefits, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, age, religion, culture, or socioeconomic status. This is not about politics, but about a belief system that all beings should be happy, free, and liberated. We are committed to the work of fostering a safe, welcoming, inclusive, diverse, and equitable environment for growth and learning.


To teach, not just instruct. To offer a safe and welcoming place to achieve a healthy body, but to learn and grow as well. To honor the individuality of all our students, and offer the tools to help find meaning in the practice that goes beyond the pose. To encourage you to challenge yourself and at the same time to embrace yourself just as you are.


We believe in skill in action, adhering to the yogic principles of self-study, self-discipline, and non-violence. We acknowledge that none of us are perfect; we will take responsibility for our mistakes and always keep it real.