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We believe in living a life that is full of joy, authenticity, acceptance, and gratitude. We believe in living a life that is free of judgement and always open to embracing the gifts that the universe has to offer.
These feelings guide our core teachings and practices at Satya OM Yogshala, as we focus on helping others better connect to themselves and their surroundings.
We offer a variety of yoga teacher training programs in both Canada and India, intensive programs, workshops, Yoga Alliance Continuing Education courses, and also private classes.
Our mission is to share the true essence of Yoga by passing along the knowledge and wisdom gained from the East with students in the West. We know first hand that these balancing practices will help others achieve healthier bodies and peaceful minds.
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“Vinyasa” is a Sanskrit term which can be broken into two parts: nyasa, which means “to place”, and vi which means “in a special way. ” Vinyasa Yoga is a very popular style of yoga that is characterised by linking postures into a specific arrangement, while simultaneously co-ordinating movement with breath. It is frequently referred to as flow yoga since practitioners often feel a flowing quality once sufficient strength and balance has been attained. It is a very strong, powerful practice yet offers an equally graceful element.
Ashtanga Yoga, not to be confused with Ashtanga vinyasa Yoga which was popularized by the famous Ashtanga yoga teacher Sri Pattabhi Jois, is a prescribed 8 limbed system of living that is said to lead an individual along the spiritual path towards self-realization and liberation. “Ashtanga,” in Sanskrit translates to “8 limbs”, or “8 branches,” and in this case refers to Yoga.
The 8 limbed path of Ashtanga Yoga was originally defined by the great Sage Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras and is composed of the following limbs: Yama and Niyama (ethical guidelines), Asana (postures), Pranayama (breathing techniques), Pratyahara (drawing the senses inward), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation), and Samadhi (oneness).
Yoga Alliance Continuing Ed Programs: Intro to Prenatal Vinyasa Yoga
This course was designed to provide existing teachers and vinyasa practitioners an abundance of knowledge and confidence so they can continue practicing throughout their pregnancy. This will not only result in a healthier, happier, and easier experience of pregnancy and delivery but has been proven to also help facilitate a speedier recovery and healthier baby. This is a very empowering course that is registered with Yoga alliance and provides the required 10 hours contact hours needed to renew your membership.
"Our bodies are our gardens, to the which our wills are gardeners"