Experience the Difference.

Prana is an institution for health, healing and evolution. Grounded in the influence of Ashtanga Yoga and offering a great variety of the most effective disciplines, PHY serves the Main Line community with a space to develop and grow your practice. Welcome to the hub for personal development and full spectrum health. We look forward to meeting you.

Highly Trained Instructors

Our teachers are the most highly trained in the area with more than 50 years' combined experience. All of our staff have achieved or are actively working towards a 500-hour certification and are experts in various yogic healing disciplines. You're in good hands.

A Friendly Community

This is a place where you can feel comfortable, informed and supported in your practice, both by our staff and our warm community.

Experts in Healing

Anybody can practice yoga. We specialize in helping people of all ages, backgrounds, current health state and experience level safely and confidently practice this age-old healing art, prevent or recover from injury and find a calm, present mind.

Commitment to Education

This is an educational environment. Fitness is a bi-product of an excellent yoga practice, but it isn't the end goal. Find out how yoga can transform your life in unexpected ways.

Meaning Behind the Name

Prana Das Yoga

Traditionally, the word "Das" in Sanskrit means "in service of" or "devoted to" that which precedes the word. "Prana" is the breath and life-giving energy behind all things. We are a community and philosophy that is committed and devoted to preserving, expanding and evolving our experience with that life-giving force through practice.

Philosophy of the Practice

More than Just the Physical

Yoga in its purest and traditional forms was used as a method of therapy for helping people to live a more meaningful and successful life. While we excel at teaching the "asana" or physical practice of yoga that many of us in the West come to consider the entirety of practice, we also delve deeply into the full spectrum of practices in the eight limbs of yoga (care of self and others, breathing practices, internally-focused disciplines like concentration and meditation, and more) so that you have a comprehensive experience of what is possible through yoga.