Yoga practice simply supports us in revealing the unity of body, mind, and spirit that exists naturally. The classical hatha yoga style of the Sivananda tradition aims for that realization of our true nature through a physically and energetically effective practice of asana, pranayama, chanting, meditation, and relaxation.

Tey and Paul present this practice of the ancient yogis in a way that is accessible, enjoyable, and helpful in handling the challenges and stresses of modern life.


  • The five points of yoga for a transformative lifestyle.
  • Classical yoga postures (asanas) in a chakra balancing sequence.
  • New insights into the energetic effect of asanas.
  • Effective pranayama techniques for daily vitality and well-being.
  • Visualizations to enhance the benefit of asana and pranayama.
  • Simple yet profound techniques for deep relaxation.
  • Beautiful and heart-expanding Sanskrit chants.

For the vast majority, yoga practice is not done alone in a cave but with the inspiration of community and the mutual support we offer each other in building a more peaceful world in the face of adversity.

“Beneath the dividing layers of our being, we exist in a state of yoga, the unity of body, mind, and spirit.”

Open to All Levels.


Instructor Bios:

Paul Weitz has trained in Iyengar, Ashtanga, Viniyoga (which he learned from Gary Kraftsow) and John Friend’s Anusara yoga. He draws elements from each of them, creating a flow style of yoga, which he describes as sun salutation oriented with an emphasis on technique, opening the heart, and working with prana, or energy. What makes Paul’s classes special, more than his expertise, are his compassion and sensitivity to each student’s needs. He goes to each one, correcting their form, offering individual suggestions, and applying pressure to deepen a pose. Each class has a different focus and students learn something new each time.

Through the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre, Tey Punsalan received the title of Yoga Siromani, signifying the crown jewel of yoga, teacher of yoga. Throughout the years, she has deepened her practice in all paths of yoga, including bhakti (chanting), karma (selfless service), raja (meditation), jnana (philosophy). She is also certified in teaching yoga and meditation in military communities, bringing healing power to those affected by combat-stress, PTSD, and trauma. Teaching chair yoga, Tey has witnessed profound benefits with her students. She also teaches sit smart yoga, aqua yoga, and Bollywood dance for chair.