Welcome to Maitri House Yoga, a community resource for tools of change.
Maitri House Yoga promotes personal and social well-being along the intersection of spirituality, social justice, and psychology.
From the shared practices of Buddhism, Yoga, Ayurveda and Psychology we find the unlimited potential for Self realization, spiritual discernment, mental equanimity and social health. MHY offers classes, workshops and retreats on Yoga and Social Justice, Thai herbs and cooking, Vedic Athletics, Practical Buddhist Dharma, Yogic Philosophy, and Cultural Competency. We offer guidance on the whole health of body and mind through Yoga Nidra, meditation, breath work, listening, life-style planning and cultural introspection. We invite you to use this site to learn more about any of these topics, register for any event, and sign up for private mindfulness-based athletic training sessions.
News and Events
Christine Carter, PhD and Terry Patten are all signed up to lead the next two trips in 2017!! We are very excited to host these wonderful teachers and hope you join us! Please check out the details here.
Maitri House Yoga is returning to offer an incredible experience with Richard Miller, PhD, founder of iRest. We will be returning to Thailand in Feb 16 with another cultural and dharma immersion experience. Michael is currently finishing his PsyD and will graduate this coming Summer. E is still heading up the kitchen at Siam Square, developing her culinary skills. Maitri House will be relocating to Boise, Idaho at the end of the Summer and will offer workshop, retreats and classes.
If you are interested in joining us for next year’s Thailand retreat, please don’t hesitate to call or email with questions.
Here is a book I highly recommend from friend and colleague Dean Radin: When I asked him why people should buy his book he responded, “Why should people read this book? Because it will make them super-healthier, super-wealthier, and super-wise.”
Supernormal asks a simple question: Was Buddha just a nice guy? Did Buddha’s teachings thrive because he was more attractive or charismatic than most, or because he was a great teacher and a tireless advocate of the poor? Or— and here’s the core question we’ll explore in detail— was it also because he was an enlightened being with profound insights into the nature of Reality, and because he possessed supernormal abilities? We might ask the same questions about Jesus, Moses, Mohammed, Milarepa, or a host of other historically prominent figures associated with special illumination, wisdom, or grace. Did these people just sport great tans and know how to work a crowd, or did they understand something genuinely deep about the human condition, and our capacities, that are not yet within the purview of science?
by Dean Radin, Chief Scientist, Institute of Noetic Sciences
Make sure you check back frequently to see updates to the Book List. There are fascinating new books on various mind-blowing subjects that you don’t want to miss.