January 22-24 Immersion Weekend


and/or May 20-28 Eight Day Specialty Professional Training


with Hari Kirin Kaur Khalsa, Harbhajan Kaur Khalsa

February 27 - March 3

Hari Kaur, & Siri Sevak Kaur



For Your Spirit

Holiday Yoga Getaway Package


Open Hearted


with a Balanced Mind


KRI Kundalini Yoga 200 HR

Level I Teacher Training

Learn More And Register

A Sacred Gift


Available Now


Please Note: Sadhana Early am practice

remains in apartment A7 through Friday, February 12


Upcoming Events and Workshops

Kundalini Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Tai Chi. Family Programs, Advanced Trainings, Cooking, Fun!

Practice Yoga & Meditation in a Gorgeous Setting with Friends


Yoga at the Ashram is the Baba Siri Chand Yoga & Retreat Center at Guru Ram Das Ashram. Baba Siri Chand was a great yogi who united all the paths of yoga. Guru Ram Das was a great saint who served all in humility, healing all who met him.  An Ashram is a spiritual community.  All are welcome. Yoga at the Ashram is a place to connect with the truest inner self, the gem of wisdom which dwells within everyone. The tools of yoga and meditation are here for everyone regardless of prior yoga experience or personal beliefs.  These tools belong to everyone, and are used to create self-awareness. Healing occurs from the inside out.   An inner joy then sustains each day. Please explore this website, or call us, for daily Vinyasa and Kundalini Yoga classes, Tai Chi, Vini Yoga, and gong meditations.   Workshops, Internationally recognized yoga teacher trainings, retreats and yoga get-aways available. Naturalist and Permaculture experiences, Cooking Classes, Family Yoga!

New yoga students are invited to try 30 days for $30

so you can find the right class for you!

Guru Ram Das Ashram is a spiritual community of long term and new practitioners of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. It is founded on Sikh Dharma principles of peace, equality, service, love of the Infinite which dwells in each of us and in all things, and a desire to stay connected to that Infinite power at all times by cultivating the meditative mind.  Many are Sikhs and practice no yoga, Many are yogis who do not involve in Sikhism.  Diverse groups of individuals visit and sustain the ashram, feeling  connected here for love of the place and its vibration.   A free, homemade lunch is served each Sunday at 12:30 pm after Sikh services which begin at 11 am.  Sikhs do not proselytize. The service is based on the uplifting sound current of Gurbani Kirtan, a form of singing praises to the Infinite.  It is not required to attend service in order to come to lunch.  Feeding people, all sitting equally together, is a tradition started by Guru Nanak 500 years ago.  Nanak sought equality for all people no matter what their creed, caste, or gender.   Yogi Bhajan became a master of Kundalini Yoga at the age of 16 in India. He led his village to safety at the time of the partition of India while still a teenager. He broke the rule that Kundalini Yoga would be taught in secret to a select few, arriving in the USA in 1969 and teaching it openly. He knew that this powerful technology would be needed in the current times. He continues to inspire a global community of people who practice and share these teachings.

“Understand with compassion or you will misunderstand the times”

                                                                                      – Yogi Bhajan

The Gift of a Yoga Getaway

Book your own getaway, or a as a gift to a loved one: $95 per person includes an overnight guest stay in oucozy guest space.  Enjoy a 48 hour unlimited yoga class pass includes Full Moon Saturday Night Gong Events. An onsite cook is available by advance request for delicious, homemade vegetarian options. (Please call the office to arrange for this! 508 376 4525)  Join in Langar (delicious vegetarian lunch with community) on most Sundays at 12:30 pm.  Early morning Kundalini yoga practice (sadhana) available, free, every day at 4 am. Consider a small group get-away: friends or conscious business.  Immerse yourself in apartment living together, access yoga and meditation, enjoy the great outdoors, then have your fabulous PJ party or get your project completed!

Fully Flexible Gift Certificates

This Holiday Season,we’ve got you covered!  A gift certificate to Yoga at the Ashram of any amount may be used for classes, workshops, or shopping.   Your loved one will then get to choose where to apply the certificate!  Workshops are typically $25-$65. Visit our store or call for competitively priced (typically less than online) yoga CDs, books, fun accessories, and Yogi Tea mix!

Keeping Yoga Affordable for All Who Want It in a Beautiful Setting

Yoga at the Ashram is a non-profit organization, named for Baba Siri Chand, the great yogi who never aged.  His compassionate heart taught Guru Nanak’s message of equality of all people and truthful living.  Baba Siri Chand united the yogis 500 years ago.  His message remains clear and true to us today. It is an honor to carry this thread of love and truth into the current times.  This center welcomes all who seek conscious living via any path.  One of the most important Sikh Dharma principles is freedom to practice the spirituality and/or religion that you love. In 2016-17 there is hope to improve the grounds, updating the aging pool into a beautiful water meditation area, creating a Permaculture Diploma program, and aligning ourselves with love of Mother Earth via farming and environmentalism. Won’t you quick-donate a fully tax-deductible $11 today? all love, Hari Kirin Kaur Director – Hari Kirin Kaur Khalsa, MD

Your Donations Really Help!


Your donations have enabled us to redesign and renovate the main building that houses the Yoga Center and establish scholarships for yoga students who wish to become teachers.  We radically reduced the cost of daily classes so all can experience the benefits of yoga and meditation.

Your Help Is Needed


To build the future!  Current goals are to bring affordable housing for young people, to create a farming and permaculture program, to expand diverse community involvement, and to maintain our low-cost daily classes so all can access yoga and meditation.