It’s all one: the contained is consciousness; the container is also consciousness. To feel and see everything as the expression of that consciousness is true devotion. Devotion is not simply prostrating and adoring and giving beautiful words of love. Devotion in daily life is seeing that everything is a manifestation of God. Devotion means seeing that consciousness, the same God in everything, or more accurately, as everything.
— Sri Swami Satchidananda; The Living Gita

About me.

My name is Haley Havelock and I am a dedicated yoga student and teacher. I began practicing yoga 10 years ago with my mom and dad while my mom attended a yoga teacher training. While I did not immediately fall in love with the practice, I couldn’t help but notice that after every single class I felt better than I did before. So, begrudgingly, I stuck with the practice. And I just kept feeling better — mentally, physically, and spiritually.

10 years later, the practice of yoga has transformed into the greatest joy of my life. I still feel better every time I step onto the mat or sit down to meditate, whether it be for 5 minutes or 2 hours. It has been a journey full of windy roads, achievements, obstacles, breaks, and many new beginnings — but I would not have it any other way.

I teach a rigorous style of Vinyasa Flow Yoga, rooted in the Bhakti tradition. Bhakti Yoga is the Yoga of Devotion; the Yoga of Love. From my class you can expect dynamic flow, intelligent sequencing, sweat, philosophy, and chanting. My classes are down-to-earth, authentic, fun, and inspiring. I am forever indebted and especially grateful for my primary teacher and mentor, Stephanie Snyder, who continues to light the way for me and thousands of students all around the world. I consider myself a student of both Baba Ram Dass and Krishna Das, and their teachings inform my understanding of yoga and studentship greatly. I also am eternally grateful to my other teachers: Jason Crandall, Nichol Chase, and my first teachers — my mom and dad.

The journey of yoga has been the most generous journey of my life. I cannot wait to share it with you.