Welcome to Yoga at the Ashram
Yoga at the Ashram is the Baba Siri Chand Yoga & Retreat Center at Guru Ram Das Ashram.
This is a place to connect with your truest self.
The tools of yoga and meditation are here for you. They are used to create self-awareness.
Healing occurs from the inside out. An inner joy then sustains each day.
Various daily yoga classes are available at affordable rates so all who seek yoga can come. Weekend workshops, festivals, and internationally renowned trainings happen regularly. Whether you are drawn to yoga classes or Sikh traditions, or both, there is a comfortable place here to explore what resonates as true for you. Overnight guest space is available for attending trainings and workshops or for an individual or group “yoga get-away.”
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.
Here, one can explore everything from yoga classes to Sikh services known as Gurdwara (Gurbani Kirtan, Ardas, Hukkum). There is no pressure in any direction; all choice is based on the individual inner compass.
Keeping Yoga Affordable for All
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 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. Classes are kept intentionally very affordable so that all who seek these practices may access them.
The yoga center is nestled in a 45 year old Sikh ashram community. Daily yoga and meditation practices have occurred here, unbroken, since the ashram moved to Millis in 1981. This has created a sweet vibe, which is palpable.
Dwelling in the constant remembrance of Divinity within each heart, spirits soar and all beings prosper in grace.