Dharma Yoga is an Awareness-based mindfulness and relaxation practice, founded by native Austinite Keith Kachtick in 2005, exploring traditional hatha yoga through the lens of Buddhism. Classes range from vigorous vinyasa flow to relaxing end-of-day gentle hatha nightcaps. Our celebrated 200-Hour Teacher Trainings have certified hundreds of yoga teachers who now work in essentially every yoga studio in Austin, as well as nationally and internationally.

Dharma Yoga is a fun, challenging, and potentially life-transforming workout for both body and heart. We promise good music, good vibes, and guidance from some of the very best yoga and meditation teachers in Texas—teachers who will know your name.

Yoga body. Buddha heart. Locally grown and open for everyone.


What People Are Saying About Dharma Yoga...

"A beautiful studio with exceptional yoga and dharma teachers." 
          -- Jeff Davis, yoga teacher and author of Journey from the Center to the Page: Yoga as Muse for Authentic Writing

"Gracefully blends Buddhist meditation techniques with yoga practice. Founded by author and teacher, Keith Kachtick, one of the best spiritual guides I have met." 
          --Tom Spencer, PBS Producer and author of Soul of the Garden

"Life-changing yoga taught by caring people in a beautiful studio." 
          --Rachel Bailey, Transformational Touch Massage Therapy

"Dharma Yoga's instructors must be the best in Austin. Long after the class concludes you'll feel the work of your practice in your muscles and in your spirit." 
          --Susan Briante, poet and UT English professor

"A warm, inviting yoga space with insightful and compassionate instruction grounded in Buddha's teachings along with groovy, inspiring tunes. Dharma Yoga provides Austin with an authentic practice center. Austin is a very lucky town!" 
          --Frank Jude Boccio, author of Mindfulness Yoga

"Dharma Yoga strikes the perfect balance between nurturing and challenging yoga. I honestly believe that my life is better since I've been coming to the studio." 
          --Heather Frankovis, Austin Chronicle