We are so thrilled to share our ONEYOGAHOUSE Brand Video – edited this summer, filmed earlier this Spring, written and conceptualized before the global pandemic. It seemed fitting that despite all the challenges, heartaches, setbacks, and yes, blood-sweat-and-tears, that we launch this video and other exciting news on this very special 2nd anniversary of OYH.
I don’t have the words to express how grateful I am, purposeful I feel, and emboldened with new insights to take this studio– and all the beauty and light it radiates through our community– to new heights. I feel humbled, blessed, and so radically transformed by the profound and enlightening practice we offer here, and the incredible humans who come through our doors. Watch, listen, and enjoy. Stay tuned for some exciting announcements.
Anna Haddad, Founder + CEO
There’s an Indian proverb that says, “everyone is a house with four rooms. A physical, a mental, an emotional, and a spiritual.”
Most of us tend to live in one room most of the time, but unless we go into every room, every day, even if only to keep it aired, we are not a complete person.
At ONEYOGAHOUSE, we are committed to sharing inspiration
We are dedicated to trading insights so that together we can uncover our larger purpose and true nature. We are devoted to our practices and our students to experience transformation in the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual rooms of our house. We always work to stay grounded in the present moment Through pranayama, meditation, philosophy, asana, reflection, and self-study, we share a passion for the underlying philosophical components of yoga.
At ONEYOGAHOUSE, we use breath to manifest movement
We believe it’s important to take an hour for yourself. We support the powerful synchronicity of our community coming together to create one collective consciousness. Because if we can come to know who we really are, to love and empower ourselves to know that we all matter, we can use loving kindness towards an intention to uplift others, plant seeds of joy, and build meaningful relationships so that we can be more unified, more connected, more at one with ourselves and our community, and therefore less divided, less isolated.