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A practice to remember that we are a part of something larger than ourselves.

To stay in connection. To be able to move through challenges and joys, moments of effort and ease, the ups and downs, together. Time to practice being with ourselves, to witness and observe our patterns and habits. To pause, and have the space to make an intentional choice about how we move forward and take action. Both on and off the mat. To practice being supported by the energy of each other, a greater whole. And it's just that: a practice, with no expectation to "get it right." 

Practice makes practice.

Ways to Practice

Class Library

Weekly live stream classes are automatically recorded and uploaded to the growing class library. Access anytime, anywhere.

In Person

Practice in person at
The People's Yoga:
Vinyasa + Rest
- T/Th @ 4pm
- Sun. @ 12:30pm

Portland Rock Gym:
- Mon. 12pm Vinyasa - Beaverton
& 4:30pm Vinyasa - Portland
- Tues. 7:15am Sunrise Yoga - Portland

Free Classes

Live Stream 

Weekly classes:
- Mondays @ 6pm 
- Wednesdays @ 12pm

Rotation of Vinyasa, Flow + Let Go, Mini Flows, and Gentle Yoga.

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Anna Mitra is an Oregon-native yoga instructor, a dedicated student, and a great lover and believer in movement as a form of medicine. Her yoga journey began in 2010, in a time when she struggled daily to manage her mental health. Slowly the mindful practices of yoga began to replace her unhealthy coping mechanisms and through these practices, she has developed a stronger relationship with her own healing process. It is through this lens that she has come to terms with the many aspects of her own inner darkness, and the light she has discovered within it. Anna believes in the wholeness, the deep intuitive wisdom that we all have, and strives to help students remember this within themselves. She empowers her students to be curious, to move in embodied ways that they might not otherwise, to remain present with all that arises, and supports them in discovering their own unique way of being. She encourages her students to take charge of their practice, to listen deeply to the innate wisdom of their bodies, and to make intentional, compassionate choices about how they interact with themselves and in the world.

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