Celebrate with Us!
Join us on 11/11 at
* 4:00 with a community class with Val
* 5:00 for Kirtan with Mindy and
* 5:30-7:00 Open House Pot Luck!
| noun/adj | my – tree|
definition: Friendliness, Loving Kindness
Yoga truly means to unite, and through our friendly community we connect to our highest selves, our bodies, to each other and create a home for you to belong.
Maitri is here to balance out the state of our world today by bringing people together as friends, fully loving and accepting ourselves and others just as we are in this moment while at the same time walking our paths to improve our lives.
At Maitri you’ll find a diversity of classes suited to your energy, your lifestyle and your timeline, all taught by an incredible team of skilled and compassionate teachers.
Come as you are. You’ll fit right in.
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The overall improvement of health and wellness that yoga and meditation offer is vast and enduring. Come in for yourself to feel what its like to have less stress and strain, to lose the unwanted weight you’ve been carrying around, and to strengthen yourself physically, mentally and emotionally all in the comfort of a friendly community.
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I love looking at the historical texts of yoga to learn more about its essence. Somewhere between 500-1500 years ago a sage named Patanjali wrote down for the first time a system of yoga that still exists today in a book called...
Rita Saunders became a member of the Maitri community about a year and a half ago after Doctors recommended she try it after a bike accident seriously injured her neck. Read on to see how you has helped heal and enhance her life! Maitri Yoga: Tell us a bit about...
I breathe in. I know I am breathing in. I breathe out. I know I am breathing out. I settle into my body and feel myself just as I am, in this moment and let go of comparing myself to who I was in the past, who I want to become and to other people. I am me. I am...