Banyan Tree Yoga is located at 5 Pine St. Ext., Unit 2A, in Nashua, NH. We are at the end of the Broad Street Parkway in the historic Nashua Millyard. We love our beautiful studio, but it is a hidden gem. Please allow ample time on your first visit to the studio. We recommend you follow the directions on our site instead of GPS to find us.
Banyan Tree Yoga is honored to host the Yoga NH Teacher Training/Develop Your Practice in Nashua! The program is led by Brandy Hill, RYT500, Maureen Miller, E-RYT 500 and other Yoga NH Program Directors. Info Sessions are scheduled for our next training beginning in Fall of 2017. Contact Brandy to learn more about this journey of the 8-limbed path of yoga. Please visit the links below, contact us and we will send you full details of the program!
Free Info Session: Thursday, June 15 6:30-7:30PM
In India, the Banyan tree is called a wish fulfilling tree. It is a huge tree with very extensive branches which spread out and send trunk like roots to the ground in order to support itself. It is said that more than 10, 000 people can sit under its shade at one time.
This sacred tree symbolizes the foundation we find through yoga. With a variety of classes, your “roots” will have space to grow throughout the ebbs and flows of life. Our mission is to provide a sanctuary in which you can discover and deepen your yoga practice.
We welcome you to our community where like-minded people are committed to holding the space for themselves and for one another. It’s yoga practice, not yoga perfect. Whatever inspires you to connect to your mat, expect to leave feeling peaceful, calm and better equipped to handle the challenges the Universe sends your way. Yoga should be a physical practice, relaxing, but also fun! Turn off your phone, leave your worries with your shoes at the door, enter with an open mind and allow us to guide you along your journey. Join us as we change the world – one breath at a time…
Come see for yourself why Banyan Tree Yoga has been voted Nashua’s Best Yoga Studio by the HIPPO and Telegraph readers again this year!