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ISHTA Yoga Downtown
56 East 11th Street
(between University & Broadway)
New York, NY 10003
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ISHTA Yoga at Halevy Life
212 E 57th Street
(between 2nd and 3rd Ave)
New York, NY 10022
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ISHTA Yoga: Celebrating 8 Years of Unbound Potential

ISHTA Yoga, founded and created by Yogiraj Alan Finger, is a community of like-minded people with a heart-centered approach to life and generosity of spirit. Blending the ancient and contemporary sciences of Hatha, Tantra and Ayurveda, ISHTA caters to the individual student’s needs with intelligence and authenticity. Whether you are looking for improved strength and flexibility, clarity of mind, or a deeper spiritual practice, we provide you with the tools needed to bring inspiration into every moment of your being.


Question + Answer with Jenn Turner: Trauma-Sensitive Yoga

Posted on April 26, 2016 by ishta

Later this month, Jenn Turner will lead a Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Training at ISHTA. Here, she answers some of our questions about trauma-sensitive yoga.


ISHTA Retreats: Bali Bliss

Posted on April 12, 2016 by Ashlea Jade

Curious about our up-coming retreat? ISHTA’s new retreat coordinator, Shailly Agnihorti talks all things Bali, and why she’s so excited about her new role…

How did you end up at ISHTA?

I fell in love with ISHTA the first time I took Al’s meditation class. The Kriya, the mantra, and the stillness


ON Practice: ISHTA Yin with Evelyn Abruzzo

Posted on March 10, 2016 by Evelyn Abruzzo

Have you ever discovered something new – like a new practice – joined a new gym, started a yoga class, or began any new routine – you get really passionate about it, and then after a period of time it starts to feel boring? Things begin to go fizzle? You start off with total enthusiasm, but then after a period of time, you realize that to continue you’ll have to commit more attention and energy than you think you’d like to… You say “I don’t have the time,” or any one of a number of reasons you offer to yourself. Or — you just forget why you started it in the first place.