LYFE Yoga offers the teachings of
BKS Iyengar, K Pattabhi Jois, and
Yogi Bhajan – a truly unique neighborhood studio!
Our aim at LYFE is to provide each student with an individualized practice and to reveal their true potential. through practice, we develop strength and confidence, opening to new levels of joy and well-being. Through mastery of asana (postures), pranayama (breathing) and kriyas (acts), we undertake a powerful, transformative journey. experience LYFE to the fullest.
1310 Pacific Coast Hwy
2nd Floor – at Pier Ave and 14th Street
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
Our parking lot entrance is on 14th Street, just east of PCH. Use the LYFE spaces behind Van’s and under the studio. Additional free street parking can be found on 13th and 15th Streets, Pier Ave., 11th Pl. and at the Hermosa Beach Community Center (behind the skate park).
Transitions: The Space Between
Saturday, Sept 21, 3:00pm
A Restorative Yoga and Reiki Workshop w/ Lisa & Hiromi
Autumn beckons us to slow-down, turn inward and unwind as the long days of summer begin to wind-down! As the seasons shift from Summer to Fall, and the days shorten, Yoga and Reiki can help us return to balance, so that we feel grounded and centered during the transition of seasons.
New Moon Sound Bliss
Friday, September 27, 7:45 pm
Join us for a very special Sound Bliss celebrating the Fall Equinox! This is a time for self-care, reflection and the start of a new season in the cycle of life. Breathe deeply and enjoy two special meditations designed to release clutter and enhance relaxation. After, do nothing but lay down and relax to the healing and balancing sounds of planetary and symphonic gongs, singing bowls, healing drums and other instruments. A special gift for all who attend! With live music by SUKHA and friends.
Rope Wall [Explorer Series]
Sunday, October 6, 1:00 pm
There is an endless variety of ways to use ropes to enrich a yoga practice. In class the ropes make us more aware of our alignment, help us to open areas the body that are challenging to access in classical poses and make asana available to students with special needs or who need extra support. The ropes work by using gravity as a natural force of resistance, causing the body to open up much further than in a classic yoga practice.