While practicing indoors allows for a steady practice and lots of conveniences, yoga practice is meant to be outdoors, and so are we. Our community is all about celebrating life in its full radiance, through a connection with nature and through yoga - the union of mind, body and soul.  So, in addition to our regular classes at the studio, we try to schedule whenever possible yoga in the park, stand-up paddle board (SUP) yoga, hiking meditation and other outdoor events.  


We are also very serious about play, creativity and exploration and are totally into Glowga (think radiant beings flowing in the blacklight) and anything that helps you be more creative, more in the flow or supports the arts!

ABOUT OUR STUDIO


We started as a pop-up yoga studio in 2014, running primarily event-based through MeetUp.  We have just moved to a permanent address at 209 Main Street, Fort Lee, NJ and now offer daily yoga classes.  We will be adding even more classes in September, so make sure you reach out to us and join our mailing list and community on Facebook, Instagram and MeetUp


See our Class Schedule.

Pure Bliss Yoga  Fort Lee, NJ

ABOUT YOGA AND OUR PHILOSOPHY

A path to enlightenment that winds back 5,000 years to its origins in India, yoga is as much about working with your mind as it is about working your body. Yes, it promotes physical fitness, weight loss, and greater health and vitality, to be sure. But the real promise of yoga is an overall ease and sense of well-being that touches every part of our lives. It gives us the strength and clarity to deal with whatever challenges come our way.


In practice, yoga can take many forms. From the serene seat of meditation to the intense, athletic workout of a power class, yoga has something to offer everyone. Each class is designed to build your strength and
flexibility, while simultaneously inspiring peace and tranquility. Classes focus on you—working through a series of postures, called asanas, performed either sitting, standing, or lying down, with concentration on alignment and breathing.


There is no pressure or competition to push yourself into a pose. Instead, what you can do is what you should do.