The Sky House Story
Sky House Yoga and the Sky House Wellness Collective was born during the Autumn eclipse season of 2011 after several months of intense work and planning, and after several years of dreaming and visioning by its founders: Ashley Litecky, Abby Burgess, and Adam Elenbaas.
At the heart of the Sky House vision lies the ancient spiritual marriage between yoga, astrology, and plant medicine. In addition to these core offerings it's our mission to provide the best in local holistic practitioner services and cutting edge wellness workshops.
Perhaps most important to the Sky House mission is our financial philosophy. Sky House is a donation based yoga studio and wellness collective. This means that we offer all of our services at donation-based price ranges, ensuring that nobody is ever turned down or priced out for a lack of funding. Since opening our doors to the community Sky House has been thriving under this trust and faith based business model.
Once a year Sky House holds annual fundraisers and raises money to ensure that our donations prices can be maintained year round. Those who have more give more, which enables those who have less to pay only what they can afford. The Sky House vision of wealth is based in peace of heart, peace of mind, the peace of community, and a sincere sense of gratitude for the gift of life.
Our latest move was funded in large part by the donations from our yearly fundraiser. We hope our new location gives back to everyone who enters with a feeling of safety, peace, and support and they in turn can bring this feeling back out into the world.
Sky House is happy to house a Community Altar which is a place for people to bring sacred personal objects, prayers, wishes, dreams, or struggles. Community members can write these down in the altar journal or just say a little prayer and leave it at the door.
A bowl of sacred stones can be found on the altar and people are welcome to take a healing stone home with them. We hope the positive energy created through the practice of yoga, plant studies, and sacred movement will travel with the stones and bring ease, healing, and clarity into the lives of those they touch.
The Original Sky House Yoga on Gist Ave