about liberation yoga
Liberation Yoga is about living authentically. It's about finding one's true nature through the practice of yoga and sharing this limitless life force with the world. At Liberation we celebrate all styles of Hatha Yoga and all levels of practitioners, recognizing that every individual has a unique path to follow and every teacher has a unique gift to offer. Yoga seeks to create union, relieve suffering and thereby liberate the soul during this lifetime. Liberation is a home where people can create healthy, strong, vibrant bodies and cultivate creative, tranquil minds. The physical beauty of the space that is Liberation Yoga embodies both the internal and external experience of yoga. The indoor asana room with rich dark wood floors and twinkling star lights provides a safe, magical environment in which to explore the vast regions of the interior mind, body, and spirit. The garden studio with its tall trees, bubbling fountain, and ancient chinese wood carvings opens the senses to nature and an infinite connection with the organic world. Make peace with your body, make peace with your mind, make peace with the world, find Liberation.
LIBERATION YOGA IS DEDICATED TO PROMOTING
- HEALTH: soundness, especially of body or mind; freedom from physical or mental disease or pain; a condition of well being.
- PEACE: inner contentment, serenity; peace of mind; the absence of war or other hostilities.
- FREEDOM: the condition of being free from constraints; exemption from an unpleasant or onerous condition; ease or facility of movement.
- IN THE COMMUNITY: sharing, participation, fellowship; the region occupied by a group of interacting organisms.
AND ON THEPLANET: a nonluminous celestial body larger than an asteroid or comet, illuminated by light from a star, such as the sun, around which it revolves; one of the seven revolving astrological celestial bodies that in conjunction with the stars are believed to influence human affairs and personalities.
About The Owners
Christine Burke and Gary McCleery have shared their desire to create a dynamic convergence of physical/spiritual health, art and community for the last 18 years. They have been deeply involved in the Los Angeles Yoga Community as workers, leaders and practitioners during this time. They began their studies of yoga (at Jivamukti) and theater and film arts in New York City where Christine lived for 6 years and Gary for over 20 years. They have both spent the better part of their lives dedicated to yoga, music and theater and were the co-founders and directors of Salvation Theater from 2000 to 2004. They continue to support and participate in the arts through Liberation and outside projects including their greatest collaboration to date, Clementine Burle McCleery, born Novemeber 4th 2008. Their goal is to continue to provide and create space for vibrant truth and authentic human connection to reign supreme.