The Practice of Karma Yoga
Karma Yoga is the mutual exchange of selfless service for unlimited yoga classes. There are eight limbs of yoga: the most known is the physical practice or asana. Another is the practice of service to others. You will receive personal fulfillment by bringing happiness to others through unseen work. An example of putting this idea into practice is the act of folding towels and preparing them for class so that others will later enjoy that cold eye towel during savasana.
Evolution’s Karmi program is an intrinsic and valued part of our community. This program is for individuals who are passionate about yoga and want to share with others by being part of the EPY team.
Each Karma Yoga practice offers an opportunity to create an exceptional experience for each student that walks through the door. This role includes a variety of tasks such as: Front desk coverage, interacting with clients who come to the studio or call; cleaning and making sure the studio is prepared for class; and a variety of administrative tasks as needed.
To be a part of Evolution’s Karma Yoga Practice, you must commit to:
- Provide service once a week for four hours with a minimum 6 month commitment
- Show dependability, punctuality, and trustworthiness
- Embrace respectfulness, reliability, & accountability
- Be truthful in your communication
If you meet these criteria and have an interest in developing a practice of service, please download an application form via the link below, complete, and submit to the studio or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon receipt, A member of our management team will contact you.
The practice of karma yoga is the practice of being in service; In service to yourself -and- to your community. Karma yoga (Sanskrit), or the “discipline of action” is a form of yoga based on the teachings of the Bhagavadgita, a sacred Sanskrit scripture of Hinduism. Karma yoga is often understood as a yoga of selfless (altruistic) service.