Yoga Mendocino has been a yoga-based community non-profit organization in Ukiah, CA for many years. The organization is now closed, but our website will stay active until the end of year. Please use it to find referrals to classes and other resources. May it nourish your body, mind, heart, and spirit.
Our goal through the years has been to offer yoga and meditation workshops for all levels, to host inspiring educational, musical, and inspirational events, to provide yoga and meditation to those who may not be able to engage with it otherwise, and to share resources to help you find the sanctuary within you.
We appreciate each and every person who has ever been part of our beloved community. May we stay connected in this great web of life. Namaste!
WHERE CAN I DO YOGA NOW?
BENEFITS OF YOGA
Improve your strength, posture, flexibility, balance, and overall health.
Improve your sense of connection and peace. Share loving-kindness with others.
Enhance your mood to feel calmer and happier. Increase your capacity for resilience.
Increase your mental focus, psychological flexibility, and concentration.
What a wild ride we have all endured over the past couple of years through this pandemic and during a world and time full of uncertainty and friction. We hope that you have all made it through with heart and some amount of equanimity. The Yoga Mendocino Board has...
I have always found poetry to offer me an almost magical combination of insight, inspiration, and clarity - helping me to pause, shift my perspective, and breathe. A mindful yoga practice has similar benefits for the mind and heart (not to mention the body!). I find...
Tune in to KZYX on Monday evenings at 8pm for Take a Breath – short radio meditation offerings from Yoga Mendocino teachers and community members. Use these brief moments of respite to relax, practice mindfulness, or simply to take a few deeper intentional breaths at...
Yoga Mendocino is currently presenting Take a Breath - a short radio meditation on KZYX on Monday evenings at 8pm. Tune in to catch a moment of relaxation, mindfulness, or deep breathing at the end of your busy Monday. Jumpstart the rest of the week with this...
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In March 2020, Yoga Mendocino was on the threshold of rolling out several changes that we hoped would nudge us into a more financially sustainable territory. Yoga teacher Amelia Bernard spearheaded a beautiful new logo design with alluring colors. The Community...
About Yoga Mendocino
Yoga Mendocino was a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the knowledge and practice of yoga and other activities related to physical and spiritual well-being in Mendocino County, CA and beyond by offering resources, education, and learning opportunities in the context of encouragement and inspiration. We support diversity and inclusivity. We have been a resource for spiritual and emotional solace and recharging.
OUR YOGA TEACHERS
Iris Padgett, LMFT
TRIBUTE TO OUR FORMER STUDIO
Yoga Mendocino you will always have a special space in my heart. I came to YOMO after being Burned over 60% of my body in the Redwood Valley/Potter Valley 2017 Wildfires. I was grief stricken and did not recognize my new body. My Spirit was struggling. Through Yomo, I can stand today with my face to the Sun.
My aches drastically lessened. I breathe easier. I have found community and a safe haven to experience life. Legs that once struggled to stand feel grounded and strong.
But I have received so much by now that has exponentially enabled me to give to others, like I never knew how to do before. For that, I am infinitely grateful.
I’m exhausted in every way on my own roller coaster ride of this year 2020 and I am also automatically applying so many of the tools I have learned through YoMo.
Each teacher was unique, genuine, and welcoming. I thoroughly enjoyed my time here, and will be back when I’m in town.
I’ve made new friends, reconnected w/ old ones and traveled “across the pond” all in a more centered, grounded way.