Over the years, Yasodhara Yoga Comox Valley has offered a range of classes, workshops & sacred rituals designed to help aspirants lead lives that are more fulfilling and reflective.

Hatha Yoga with Karen Squires

A style of yoga open to everyone of all ages and abilities. Focus on moving with awareness, find stillness within the poses, engage in watching the interaction between body and mind. Strengthen your body, develop/maintain flexibility and balance. Incorporate simple meditation/breathing techniques and benefit from deep relaxation. A practice with the potential to stay with you, expanding beyond the mat sustaining daily life.


9:15-10:15 am
No class April 9

at Nourish Wellness
Unit C (upstairs) 1822 Comox Avenue
Comox, BC V9M 3M7

To register:
Contact Karen at

$15 drop-in
$60 5-class flexi-pass

Ongoing Weekly Reflective Class

A group of six to eight yogis who have taken Yasodhara Ashram’s annual Yoga Development Course (“YDC”) meet on a regular basis in the Comox Valley to keep the practices of Yasodhara Ashram alive. We aspire to hold ourselves accountable along the Path of our own spiritual evolution and we listen with compassionate ears & hearts to what the others in our group are sharing. If you have taken the YDC, please feel free to join us.

Some of our practices include: Chanting, Reflecting (journaling), Dream Yoga, the Divine Light Invocation, Mind Watches, Hatha Yoga and the Hidden Language of Hatha Yoga.

We encourage a ‘Circle of Sustainability’ monthly donation to the Ashram. Charitable receipts are offered.


Weekly Reflective Hatha Yoga Class

Developed by Swami Radha, Hidden Language Hatha Yoga is a gentle and meditative style that respects the body as a spiritual tool. By working with symbolism, imagery and visualization, the ‘hidden’ messages of each asana are revealed. Hidden Language offers a chance to go deep into the body and the mystical potential of each asana. Stretch, relax and listen to your body’s messages. Every class ends with a guided relaxation. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a journal.


Join us to explore the hidden gems of your life path that are found in the ancient yogic Kundalini System. Implicit in Yasodhara Yoga’s approach is that each of us has an inner knowing asking to be remembered. Do you know who you are? What is your place in the universe? Do you know what you are doing and why you are doing it? By tapping into the core beliefs that you hold about yourself you can learn to understand what motivates your actions and opinions.

Using the tools and practices of the Kundalini System you will dive deeply into what you believe to be true about yourself. You can keep what is authentic and let go of what is no longer valid. Bring your journal. You are welcome to individual classes, but if you want to go deeper try coming to the whole session or to as many classes as possible.


In-person or via-Skype classes and workshops using Swami Radha’s Kundalini Yoga for the West and other teachings of Yasodhara Yoga can be arranged for groups of three or more on request. Contact us FMI.