Yoga for the conscious human.

Our Story

Kasa Karma Hot Yoga is a locally owned hot yoga studio offering a variety of yoga styles and levels, including vinyasa, hatha, and restorative classes, led by experienced and diverse teachers. We are a space for students and teachers to explore and deepen their practice free of judgement or expectation, without regard for physical shape, level of practice or spiritual belief. Kasa Karma strives to show compassion and care for all community members. Your experience on the mat is your own unique journey, our teachers are here to support and guide you through your journey with inspirations, energy, light, and knowledge - all while embracing the 8 Limbs of Yoga.

Kasa Karma

The benefits of yoga are well-known and its power goes far beyond one’s physical form. In practicing yoga with pure intention, we can be the truest form of ourselves. Through the practice of yoga, we embrace a deeper way of life with consciousness, strength, compassion, and gratitude. Kasa Karma Hot Yoga is named after the purpose of yoga: to be the purest form of ourselves. In this spirit, Kasa Karma works to create space and support for all students on their yoga journey.

Meet Our Namesake

This is Kasa and she is the studio dog and mascot. Kasa is a rescue dog from Arizona, near the Hopi Indian Reservation. A deeply religious people, they live by the ethics of peace and goodwill which is the embodiment of what we want Kasa Karma Yoga to become. In Hopi Indian, “Kasa” means “dresses in furs”, a pretty perfect description of Kasa. Kasa’s favorite place in the studio is right up front either on or next to the teachers mat and if for some reason the door to the main studio is closed upon her arrival, she will most definitely let you know she wants in. Kasa is very social and typically makes the rounds before class starts, to greet each student.

The 8 Limbs of Yoga

ethical disciplines

Ahimsa (non-violence or non-harming)

Satya (truthfulness)

Asteya (non-stealing)

Bramacharya (sense control

Aparigraha (non-possessiveness)

self-observation

Saucha (purity)

Santosha (contentment)

Tapas (discipline)

Svadhyaya (self study)

Ishvara Pranidhana (celebration of the spiritual)

practice of physical postures

measuring, control and directing of the breath designed to control vital life force

withdrawal of the senses

immovable concentration of the mind

practice of meditation

merging with the divine in a state of joy and peace

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