Foremost in her aspiration is to serve students in a way that supports their birthright to enjoy purpose, insight, well-being, and the cultivation of inherent goodness. Gurupriya Beth’s classes are deeply inspired by her core teachers, Engaged Buddhism Founder, Venerable Thich Nhat Hahn, and Ayurveda Master Teacher and Practitioner, Alakananda Ma. She is also invigorated by the Adviata teachings of Adyashanti, and Rupert Spira, and the vision of philosopher and sacred activist, Charles Eisenstein.
Richard Freeman, Tias Little and countless others continue to inspire her understanding of yoga asana, dharma, and related practices.
Gurupriya Beth has been sharing yoga since 2000, and her style has been described as mindful hatha/vinyasa with anatomical depth, nourishing adjustments, contemplative support and invitations to sing, sigh, and giggle. She invites all people seeking sangha, meditative depth in their yoga practice, and sacredness in their relationship to life.