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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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 October

The Magical Mustard Seed

We will be closed Saturday, Oct 21, for the Ogden Yoga Fest, and on Oct 25 (Wed) - 28 (Sat) for the First United Methodist Church Craft Bazaar. 


​Join David Weiskopf on Tuesday, Oct 3, for a special evening meditation at 5:45 pm.

  Location:
 
1339 West 400 North
  Marriott-Slaterville, UT  84404

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

  message, or text)

 
Email:
 
ogdensanghayoga@gmail.com


There is an old Chinese tale about a woman whose only son died. In her grief, she went to the holy man and asked, "What prayers, what magical incantations do you have to bring my son back to life?"Instead of sending her away or reasoning with her, he said to her, "Fetch me a mustard seed from a home that has never known sorrow. We will use it to drive the sorrow out of your life."


The woman went off at once in search of that magical mustard seed.She came first to a splendid mansion, knocked at the door, and said, "I am looking for a home that has never known sorrow. Is this such a place? It is very important to me."


They told her, "You've certainly come to the wrong place," and began to describe all the tragic things that recently had befallen them.The woman said to herself, "Who is better able to help these poor, unfortunate people than I, who have had misfortune of my my own?"


She stayed to comfort them, then went on in search of a home that had never known sorrow. But wherever she turned, in hotels and in other places, she found one tale after another of sadness and misfortune.


The woman became so involved in helping others cope with their sorrows that she eventually let go of her own. She would later come to understand that it was the quest to find the magical mustard seed that drove away her suffering.