View our class schedule at our multiple locations:  Downtown and West Asheville.


I love watching students find freedom in the body, balance with the emotions, and the discovery of their life purpose.


Never been to a class? Here’s what you need to know.

Purna means complete. We believe that yoga is more than just physical exercise. You are more than just your body. Purna Yoga is a practice that helps you make better decisions, foster deeper relationships and live a purposeful life.
Purna Yoga | Headstand Letitia Walker

Purna Yoga involves all aspects of the human being’s experience:  body, mind, emotions, spirit.

Purna Yoga | Heartfull Meditation Virasana Asheville, NC

Connecting to the spark of the divine within you through dynamic and transformational meditation.


Finding alignment as well as openness and connection in the mind and body.

Teaching people – not just poses – so that practice involves the whole YOU. Click images below to begin your practice today.

Take time to practice.

Practice isn’t limited to being on the mat. As Sri Aurobindo says, “All Life is Yoga.” Opportunities to practice are all around us.

  • Don’t just sit there! Stand up…

If you’ve been sitting for more than 20 minutes, take a break, stand in Tadasana, lifting the bottom of your belly while rooting your femur bones in the socket; press down through the heels and lift from the inner arches to the inner groins. Standing for just two minutes for every half hour of sitting dramatically reduces the side effects of sitting.


Prolonged sitting has been linked to high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol levels, weakened abdominal muscles, tightened hip flexors, poor circulation in the legs, strain in the neck and shoulders and even a decrease in brain function. For more info check this out.

  • Daily Downward Dog

Keep it Simple! One pose a day is a great START. Set the intention to practice one pose a day, and you’ll find that one pose leads to two, three, then 20 minutes of yoga a day. My go-to for daily practice: Adho Mukha Svanasana. This multi-tasker works the hips and shoulders while extending the spine, strengthening the legs and arms, and combines a standing pose, inversion and a forward bend.

  • Meditation Moment

Self-study (svadyaya) is an integral part of a balanced yoga practice. It helps us understand who we are and what our purpose (dharma) is in this life. Spend time asking the three questions of Purna Yoga: Who am I? Why am I here? Where am I going? Let the answers come rather than striving to analyze.

Yoga Mat and Strap

Yoga therapy and private sessions are designed to help you go deeper in asana or focus attention on those areas that are calling out through tightness or injuries.

Yoga Therapy offers the opportunity to move past injuries and restrictions both physical and emotional to alleviate pain and find greater health, happiness and well-being.

Private (or semi-private) Instruction is perfect for answering individualized questions that can’t be addressed effectively in a group setting. 

  • Shavasana | Live Yoga Now

    Unwind Your Nerves with Letitia & Mili

    In this workshop, Letitia Walker and Mili Perez use their therapeutic yoga skills to show you how to give your kidneys, adrenals, and entire nervous system the rest and rejuvenation they crave....

  • Supta Bharadvajasana |Live Yoga Now

    My favorite restorative yoga pose: Supta Bharadvajasana

    Set aside time on a weekly basis through the holidays to rest and recharge. Even just an hour on a Sunday for a nap, a restorative yoga pose, reading or getting outdoors can rejuvenate you and get you ready for the next event, next work day, and, like Bill Murray said, make you better at everything....

  • Cocooning | Live Yoga Now

    Surround Yourself with Joy

    Cocooning represents the expression of our inner self to the outer world. We use it to inhabit our inner world more fully, so we can let that inner world, our inner light, shine....