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Satya (truthfulness)
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ABOUT US - Our Philosophy

At Red Door Yoga® we believe in living life mindfully, passionately, and with true vitality. We believe in living well, not just for ourselves, but for the greater global community. Everything we do is to help you attain a more joyful, peaceful, and vital life.

We live the teachings of yoga philosophy. Every aspect of our studio, policies, services, and community relationships are shaped by the yamas and niyamas of the yogic path. As a result, everything we are is built upon a foundation of conscious, compassionate, and skillful living, with fair and equal treatment for all.

We believe in the strength of community, working in alliance with the wider circle of local medical and health practitioners. Our integrated community approach allows rehabilitation students to receive the most comprehensive and effective support possible along the road to recovery.

The Yamas and Niyamas
The yamas (moral restraints) and niyamas (moral observances) are the ten ethical guidelines that directs all aspect of living on the yogic path. They are the foundation of skillful living.

The 5 Yamas are:
Ahimsa (nonviolence)
Satya (truthfulness)
Asteya (non-stealing)
Brahmacharya (moderation)
Aparigraha (non-hoarding)

The 5 Niyamas are:
Saucha (purity)
Santosha (contentment)
Tapas (self-discipline)
Svadhyaya (self-study)
Ishvara Pranidhana (self-surrender)