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So sorry about your difficulty. We have been in the midst of setting a lovely new website.
right now we have it so you can go to either our old website or the new one and see the full class schedule... which we are actively keeping current for you.
The two websites are:
Just goto the "Classes" tab on either one to find the schedule.
So glad you are coming and enjoying the classes,
Thank you for stopping by for our Bhagavad Gita study.
We are very sorry that your impression has you feeling that we are not ready and not serving as we should. I feel that if you had been here more, your impression might have been different.
Hopefully you are aware that we only opened our doors at the new space at the Princeton Shopping Center 3 weeks ago.
We feel that we are "ready," and have been holding lots of classes with lots of happy students and visitors. You hold us up to the New York Integral Yoga Institute, where I was the Manager and Co-Director of Teacher Training for 5 years before coming to Princeton. The New York IYI is one of the oldest yoga works in the entire country, opened in 1966 when Swami Satchidananda arrived in the USA. It, too, grew with time, and developed a wonderful following of regular students and members.
In our first 3 weeks we have already had free Kirtan, free classes, a full free gathering to chant the entire Bhagavad Gita, 2 other free Bhagavad Gita study groups, two free bookclubs gathering here, held several free group meditations (twice daily except for weekends), had a Bharathanatyam Dance instruction sampler & orientation, and had several people helping with generous volunteer service (the "seva" you mention). All of that was free. We certainly are committed to helping to continue the service that our wonderful and wise Swami Satchidananda taught us and so beautifully embodied.
Over the past three weeks we have also held lots and lots of yoga classes for pretty much everyone... Levels I & II & Multi Level, Before-work & Lunchtime Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Chair Yoga, Aerial Yoga, Integral Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, and more. All of this within our first 3 weeks.
Fortunately we are hearing from most folks that they are finding the space and the people (staff and other students) very warm and welcoming. This is one of the only yoga spaces where people are welcome to come at no cost and serve themselves some tea and enjoy some healthy snacks, sit for meditation in a dedicated meditation room, explore and enjoy reading in a very rich spiritual library, or just hang out and visit. We certainly want you to feel welcomed to a warm space. Please share any suggestions you might have to help us serve in more ways. We hope you will come again and again, and find this exactly what you are looking for.