Infinite Light Yoga Links and Resources

All of the links are useful yoga-related resources to assist you on your yogic path. Below, you will find sites to help you learn more about yoga, check out yoga centers like the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, and view our Yoga Teacher/Studio Directory and the Infinite Light Yoga Affiliate Studios.

This page was written for you. You will find links to health benefits, a sanskrit glossary and pronunciation guide; online yoga texts like the Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras and the Hatha Yoga Pradipika. We hope you find our links helpful and useful.

Yoga Resources

Learning Sanskrit with Karlie Fox: Are you ready to learn Sanskrit? Check out this audio file on learning pronunciation and follow a long handouts (charts)
(audio file coming soon) ~ (Sanskrit alphabet) ~ (mouth positions)

On Line Sanskrit Pronunciation Guide- a resource for Yoga teachers and students interested in learning how to better pronounce and understand the Sanskrit words that we use and encounter in our classes, conversations, texts, and teachings. This site offers an actual audio (you can hear the words) of each word.
Pronunciation Guide

The Sanskrit Glossary and Pronunciation Guide – A great resource for anyone interested in knowing more about the language used in yoga.
Self-Discovery Portal: Sanskrit Glossary

Yoga Life Journey – This is an extreamly resorceful website with great information on yoga poses, a fantastic new student guide and resourses for yoga teacher trainings.
Yoga Life Journey

Yoga Alliance® – Yoga Alliance® registers both individual yoga teachers and yoga teacher training programs (schools) who have complied with minimum educational standards established by the organization. They are an asset to the world of yoga and a great resource for information. You will find a lot of useful info on this site about a wide range of yoga questions you may have as a student or a teacher.
Yoga Alliance

Yoga Posture Index – Offers a step-by-step Yoga Posture Index. A good how-to site with lots of postures in Sanskrit and English. There is also a link to the “Santosha Shop” which offers tools for Yoga, Meditation and Conscious Living.
Posture Index

Read the Bhagavad-Gita (The Song of God) online – This is a must read for anyone interested in Yoga. Written about 500 BC, the Bhagavadgita is a concise summary of India’s Vedic wisdom and the ways of true devotion as a Bhakti Yogi. It is a question and answer conversation between man (as Arjuna) and the Lord (as Krishna). The first few pages are confusing but thereafter it is an easy read. One of the most incredible books I have ever read.
The Bhagavad-Gita in pictures. Truly amazing pictures
Read on line: Version 1
Read on line: Version 2

Read the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali online – Patanjali was believed to have compiled this about 2500BC. It is considered to be the authoritative text on the path of Yoga.
Read online

Read the Hatha Yoga Pradipika online – Hatha vidya (wisdom, knowledge, art and science) was set down in the Hatha yoga Pradipika by Yogi Svatmarama who, it is thought, lived between the twelfth and fifteenth centuries. The Pradipika has thus been referred to as one of the earliest additions to the literature of yoga, which goes back to the Vedas (1500 bc). This is a must read for anyone wishing to take their practice seriously.
Read on line

Yoga Centers

The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health voted one of the best places in the USA for a yoga vacation. Offering yoga classes three times a day, great food, wonderful programs, spa quality healing arts services, and some of the best professional level certification programs, workshops, retreats and getaways anywhere. They also have a great online shop and a yoga teacher directory so you can find a Kripalu yoga teacher anywhere in the world.

Yoga Teacher/Studio Directories

If you are looking for a certified Yoga Teacher, here are some sites that list teachers by country, state, city or zip code. It’s an easy way to explore what types of yoga are out there. If you already have a teacher but are going on vacation you can locate a class anywhere you go. The following are sites that offer free listings for teachers:
Yoga Alliance
International Yoga Centers Directory
Yoga Cabana
Yoga Finder

Infinite Light Yoga Affiliate Studios


Director Charlene Hecht, Certified Infinite Light Yoga Teacher, offers classes in her beautiful studio in the heart of downtown Tully, New York. The classes are inspiring, nurturing and are full of opportunity. Yama Yoga offers both multi-level and chair yoga classes.