Unified Through Yoga

We are a learning community inspired by the example of our teacher, Baba Hari Dass. Located on 355 acres of redwoods and grasslands, our peaceful haven is a place where you can step back, slow down, and reconnect to your center, to nature, and to a more authentic flow of life.

At our core we offer a beautiful, community managed space for yoga retreats, personal practice, spiritual and personal development programs, and a variety of classes and workshops. Our modern meeting spaces evoke a rustic and tranquil atmosphere and provide a variety of settings to gather and practice.

Free Online Offerings

As we seek to find balance and positive, creative ways to engage at this remarkable and very challenging time, we have been looking for how to keep connected through our practice and study of Yoga.

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Programs & Retreats

Step into a nourishing container for transformation for a night, a week, or more. We host a rich array of retreats, classes and programs taught by renowned teachers set in a rejuvenating environment.

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Mount Madonna Institute

A private, non-profit educational institution providing high quality, professional and academic instruction and training in the fields of Yoga, Āyurveda, and Community Studies.

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Host Your Group on the Mountain

We accommodate groups from 15 to 500 in a variety of beautiful, peaceful mountaintop settings. Our dedicated staff provides delicious vegetarian meals and full support for your retreat or program.

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Upcoming Events

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Jun 3 - Nov 14, 2021

YTT 200 Modular Series - Study Online

This comprehensive training supports students as they delve deeply into understanding the practice and study of Yoga as explained in the traditional Yoga Scriptures. Guided by approximately 30 senior teachers, a personal mentor, and an entire community, students develop the fundamental skills needed to teach a well-rounded and safe yoga class.

Free Weekly Yoga Classes

Join us for weekly online Yoga classes exploring meditation, asana, pranayama, and philosophy.

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