The Art & Science of Raja Yoga

Weekly Drop-In Fee $20!!!

Time: 7 – 8:30 pm
Dates: Thursdays through March 10
Instructors: Doug Andrews, Raghu Clark & Alice Leland


‘Happy Valentines’ The Path of the Heart

This workshop will help you come to a deeper understanding of human and divine love, and the importance of human relationships for our happiness and spiritual growth. The class focuses on how to calm the emotions, how to develop devotion, and how to relate to others more intuitively.

Time: 12:30 – 2:00 pm
Date: Saturday, February 13
Cost: $20
Presenter: Raghu Clark


Taming the Monkey Mind

tame meditationYou, the real YOU, is not your body, your thoughts, the voices in your head, or the roles you play. The real YOU is your higher consciousness, the silent witness, which is wise, peaceful and loving at all times. And, you can learn to relate to the world from this higher perspective and silence the chatter in your mind. This workshop will help you differentiate between your higher consciousness and your ego; the monkey mind. It will help you understand how the ego works, why it creates the thoughts it does, (often conflicting, circular and neurotic!) and how it relates to your emotions and inner energy. Armed with this knowledge, you can begin to tame the ego and operate from your higher self, connecting to the right solution for every challenge or opportunity in every moment.

Time: 12:30 -2:00 pm
Date:  Saturday, February, 20
Cost: $20
Presenter: Raghu Clark


 Learn Ananda Meditation

winter solstice meditationYou can experience the benefits of meditation in your life—inner peace, health, and spiritual awakening. Through some easy-to-learn techniques and tips, you will create a meditation practice that will help you to achieve lasting calmness, strong center, energized, focused concentration, become more solution-oriented and increased self-confidence.


  • Preparing for Meditation: Energizing and relaxing the body to create readiness.
  • Meditation technique: Learn this technique of deep concentration.
  • Awareness techniques: Using yoga postures for directing energy flow.
  • Meditation posture: How you sit can make all the difference.
  • Basic how to’s: Where and when, and how long to meditate.
  • How to: Keep a regular practice and carrying meditation into daily life.

Time: 7-8:30 pm
Date:Wednesday, February 24
Presenter: Raghu Clark


Crises & Crossroads: How To Make Friends with Change


Whether welcome, or painful, global or personal, change is the only constant in life. All of us face times when cherished beliefs, values, accomplishments and possessions are threatened. Difficult decisions have to be made. A willow tree does not fear the wind because it knows how to bend. A rock has a different strength, steadfast, unmoving. Both are needed. Sometimes the lesson is to stand against the tide, sometimes to go with the flow. Always the challenge is to meet the changing world around us with love and joy. Learn to understand and how to have the courage to face what God is asking of you.

Time: 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
Date: Saturday, February 27
Cost:  $20
Presenter: Raghu Clark


 Sunday Service with Special Guest Minister Dr. Shanti Rubenstone, MD

Shanti2-Dr. Shanti Rubenstone MD is a practicing Internist, and a minister at the Ananda Palo Alto. She received her medical degree and training at Stanford University and then went on to develop one of the largest internal medicine practices in the country. She has been practicing and teaching meditation for nearly forty years now, and so finds her life filled with endless and seamless ways to serve.

Sunday, February 28 10:30 – 11:45 am






We are located at 221-A Mt. Hermon Road in Graham Plaza.
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