At Zuda, we combine a challenging physical practice that is fun, dynamic and energizing with the profound message of yoga. We think of yoga as a way to help you get “within” to the place housing the answers to living an amazing life. Our practice is bold and enlivening to enable us to get past resistance. It’s what we must surmount to break through and get to a place where we can tune in to the voice deep inside.
Our yoga style is fun because we believe life should be playful. An element of joy, of smiling, of liberation, creates a foundation and enables you to look forward to your time on the mat each day. It is that time where you can unshackle yourself from your serious game face and be you.
The deeper message of yoga is to be who you truly are, to honor yourself, exactly as you are. With that always in mind, there are adjustments you can make to the practice to make it accessible for you. You can modify and enjoy all of the benefits of the practice.
Zuda came about as the distillation of many years of practice and study. Our founding principle is to build a sense of community where people can connect with others who are also walking a path of self-exploration and want to live deliberately.
We offer more than 45 classes weekly of power vinyasa yoga in Sacramento, California. That being said, we know our stuff. We are confident in our structure. We believe that whether you are a beginner attending foundation classes or an expert continuing your journey of self-discovery, the meaningful community exclusive to Zuda will help to connect you to your fullest life. And here’s a bonus: We have great music.
We are a community of YES.
Make it happen for your self and others.
Love creates love.
We practice kindness, patience and love.
We are all imperfectly perfect.
Life is a beautiful mess. Be unapologetically you.
The only way out is through.
Growth equals happiness, and walking into the fire is the only way to grow.
Get it done and keep it fun.
The path to success is paved by fulfillment.
We’re in this together.
Strength comes from connection — When we move and breathe, laugh and cry as one.
“May I care enough, to love enough to share enough to let others become what they can be.”
- Hon O'Brien