Our next session begins April 13th, 2018


Join us in diving deeply into the wisdom and compassionate teaching of yoga and meditation. During turbulent times, transformation is being called from within. To wisely rise into our life horizons, we seek community, tranquility, curiosity, and courage.


This immersion invites all of us to do so on behalf of our communities, our families, and ourselves. If this season of your life has been nudging you to more deeply understand or transform, now is the time. The teachings of yoga, and its indwelling philosophy and psychology on love, grace, and interbeing, will deeply penetrate and nourish each of us.

This program is not certified by the Yoga Alliance. If you are interested in becoming a certified teacher, please review our 200hr programs.




Spring 2018

April 13-15, 2018
May 25-28, 2018

Important Information

  • Stay tuned for information on our upcoming information session with Sarahjoy
  • Class is limited to the first 12 students to enroll, Click here for Application, Yogajoy 100hr IMM Application



Ancient practices are still relevant in contemporary times. This immersion is our Urban Ashram.
Our theme is Deepening. Many of us are experiencing the turbulences and fears of our larger community (and our own). While Yoga recommends becoming part of the solution, it also recommends more deeply stabilizing in our essence, in tranquility and wisdom. From this place, our lives radiate calm and refuge for our family and friends. More grounded community members make for better change agents. Join us for a time of deepening our practices, infusing our resilience and fortitude (dhruti and kshama), and lessening anxiety or fear.
In our Urban Ashram 100-hour Immersion, join us to deepen your understanding and lived expression of the yogic teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda, Ekanth Easwaran, and Anthony de Mello.
Transformational teachers and leaders in spiritual communities, in India and in the West, the teachings of each of these awakened beings are still relevant today. Specifically, we’ll draw on the Yogananda and Easwaran’s Bhagavad Gita translations and commentaries, Strength in the Storm, and The Way to Love. We’ll read their offerings, seeking to embody their wisdom in our practice and in our lives. These teachers forged frontiers that influenced generations of practitioners.