About the Studio

Founded in 1996 by Kent Bond, Willow Glen Yoga is a community-based studio dedicated to creating a safe haven for both the novice and the experienced practitioner in the effort of cultivating health and ease in the body and mind.  The focus of the studio is on fitting the practice to the student, not the student to the practice.

“I have the typical triathlete’s issues. Tight shoulders, hips, quads and hamstrings, the last of which are often painful.  I regularly get sports massage and chiropractic treatment, but NOTHING works like yoga, and Willow Glen Yoga’s instructors are uniformly high-quality, with instruction/correction targeted to my problem areas.” – A. Rubin

“I enjoy having a single studio where I can study with talented teachers from a variety of backgrounds in order to broaden my experience and abilities” – Leslie S.

“As a beginning yoga student , I always felt welcomed and supported at Willow Glen Yoga.  Many years later (though still a beginner), I am inspired and encouraged by my yoga family.” – Frosty K.

“The most important purpose of yoga is to bring about a deep transformation of the individual an awakening of intelligence that is free of dependencies and romantic beliefs ready to meet the challenges of the 21st century.”  Ganga White


About Kent Bond

Kent Bond has been practicing and teaching yoga for over 20 years. He began his yoga practice to find relief from chronic low back pain. Kent credits his current health on what he terms yoga’s value as slow surgery; albeit a less invasive way to heal. Yoga has been a tool that eradicated pain and restructured his body as he practiced with focused determination.

His in depth studies with Ganga White and Tracey Rich of the White Lotus Foundation have been the foundation of his teaching philosophy. Kent’s evolutionary approach to yoga integrates breath and bio-mechanical alignment with the  concepts of ahimsa “non violence” and  chikitsa “therapy”.

Kent believes yoga’s true value lies in its  therapeutic  nature. A consistent practice heals the body-mind while helping us face the day to day challenges of life. He believes yoga can reveal knowledge that lies in the hearts of all compassionate individuals and uses his practice as an inquiry into nature, life, relationship, art and spirituality.

Kent has led teacher trainings at the White Lotus Foundation since 2000.

In 2007 Kent led Taiwan’s first ever yoga teacher training in Tai Pei at Space Yoga.  Kent continues to study anatomy and has been enthusiastically teaching Yoga Tune Up(c) classes  and workshops at Willow Glen Yoga since 2010. Extreme athletes as well as individuals who had never imagined yoga could help them are benefiting from this method.

Since 2012 he has co- led S.O.A.R. ™ trainings [Success Over Addiction and Relapse] with Kyczy Hawk.
Kent holds the title Acharya as well as advanced teaching degrees from several lineages and master teachers of yoga. He has a masters degree in fine art and paints.

For 17 years Kent has directed WGYoga, a cutting edge center presenting yoga as a universal language that creates potential for personal growth while cultivating balance , strength and clarity on and off the mat.