​​​​Join Kathy for a special evening meditation at 5:45 pm on Tuesday, May 6.


Welcome to Ogden Sangha Yoga!

Ogdan Sangha Yoga is a yoga community.  "Sangha" means "community" in Sanskrit.

We offer a variety of yoga classes taught by experienced teachers in an environment of safety and respect to the people of northern Utah.  We also offer private lessons.

We are located in the First United Methodist Church in Marriott-Slaterville.  

Ogden Sangha Yoga is not affiliated with any church or religious faith.  We welcome everyone to practice with us!
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  Location:
 
1339 West 400 North
  Marriott-Slaterville, UT  84404

 
Phone:  
 
801-721-4439 (call, leave a

  message, or text)

 
Email:
 
ogdensanghayoga@gmail.com


Directions:

Ogden Sangha Yoga is on the south side of 400 North. 

From I-15: Take exit 346 (400 North) and drive east.

From Ogden: Take 12th St to 1200 W, go north to the 4-way stop, then turn left on 400 N.  

From North Ogden:Take 2700 North to 1500 West, turn left and travel south to 400 North, then turn right

Yoga Gem for June

Staying in a Miserable Situation

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Peter, a student, asked his Master, "Why do people stay in a miserable situation instead of changing?"


“Imagine you want to boil a frog, how do you do it?” the Master replied.

“Well,  I would simply place the frog into a pot of hot water.”

“Don’t you think that as soon as the frog feels the heat, it will jump out?” said the Master smilingly.

“How would you go about it?” Peter asked.

“Put a pot of cool water on the stove and then add the frog.  Not sensing danger the frog will stay.” the Master said.  “Next, turn the burner on low to slowly heat the water. As the water warms, the frog relaxes. The warmth feels good. As the water gets hotter it acts like a steam bath draining away energy and deepening the frog’s relaxation. The frog becomes sleepy and has less and less energy while the water is getting hotter and hotter. By the time the frog realizes its danger, the water is beginning to boil, and it is too late to take action. There is neither time nor energy left to do anything. The frog perishes in the boiling water.” the Master concluded.  "It was seduced by comfort and then its energy was drained, making escape impossible.  Don't be like the frog, and wait too long!"