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 A family run yoga studio located at 230 College Street in downtown Burlington, Vermont. Sukha Yoga offers Bhakti, Hatha, Vinyasa, Meditation, Yin, Restorative, Yoga Nidra, Mantra, Kirtan, continuing education and Teacher Trainings. We combine the ancient Tantric techniques of traditional Hatha Yoga and the philosophy and lifestyle of Bhakti. At Sukha we believe strongly in delivering the authentic teachings of Yoga as they were meant to be taught by the rishis of India. Although our vinyasa classes will challenge you physically, we want people to take away the message of unconditional love, unity and connection. We embrace the philosophy and lifestyle, incorporating it into our modern way of living, and strive to do the same for those in our community. Through consistent practice of the yogic techniques, study of the ancient literature, satsang, good association and devotion to help others, we can begin to discover our true nature. We are all in this together, and if we strive to achieve the best version of ourselves through our practice, we are able to spread that kindness and light to others. Noah and Cilla Weisman opened the studio to share their passion with others, continue to grow and connect, and have the opportunity to give back. They teach in honor of their teachers with tremendous gratitude and an intention to serve. Sukha is a Sanskrit word meaning “good space”, happiness, bliss and ease. Our mission at Sukha Yoga is to create this space for self discovery and positive transformation so that we can become more connected. When our awareness is heightened through self-discovery, we are able to see past our own needs/thoughts/desires/self and offer ways in which we can uplift humanity as a whole. Since the soul is eternal, there is nothing material that can bring us true happiness, and the sooner we can realize this, the faster we can accelerate on our spiritual path. The conscious effort to use our discernment and give selflessly will lead us to authentic happiness, freedom and unity.