Ancient yogis have long said,
"All that is ever to be known, is known within you."
This will be an online gathering for existing yoga teachers who have completed a Sattva-inspired training and are looking to deepen your offerings as a teacher. We will breakdown new kriya and pranayama techniques as well as discuss best practices as it regards to bringing the Sattva teachings to life. We will meet every other Monday at 12pm PST via zoom. Please see the attached schedule.
*Please note, this is an offering to existing teachers who have completed a training where the curriculum was Himalayan Sattva-inspired.
**This offering will count towards continued education training hours with Yoga Alliance (number of hours TBD).
***If you're looking to learn how to teach Himalayan Kriya practices, please stay tuned for my Kriya 101 training that starts in May.
March 28th 12pm-1pm PST
April 11th 12pm-1pm PST
April 25th 12pm -1pm PST
May 9th 12pm-1pm PST
May 23rd 12pm-1pm PST
*Please inquire if you're looking to obtain CE's for your yoga teachings.
SATTVA HIMALAYAN KUNDALINI
Sattva Yoga is unlike any other style of yoga out there, and is rooted in the rich Vedantic and Tantric traditions of the Himalayas, and the teachings integrate radical wisdom from the Kundalini and Kriya Yoga traditions. Creating and experiencing a deeper experience of Love, is truly the foundation underlying ALL of the Sattva teachings and wisdom. The Sattva teachings are a practical, systematic science that creates an experience that is meant to take the practitioner on an expansive journey inward. A journey meant to bring the body, mind, and spirit into a balanced and aligned state of equanimity, which allows the practitioner to experience a glimpse of their individual truth. The teachings are about being fierce and fearless, while being completely vulnerable and present to bliss. The practice feels so healing (and feels so different from any other meditation out there) because it’s actually creating a shift not only on a cellular level (changing cellular memory), but also re-wiring deep, conditioned grooves in the brain, creating neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity is the phenomenon when the brain creates new neural pathways, changes shape, and heals itself. All of the elements of the meditation technique have a specific & desired outcome of healing of all the energetic layers of the body.
Anand Mehrotra, the creator and Master Himalayan Yogi, has said that "Sattva" in Sanskrit,
means "those Souls longing to belong to the Truth." If what you've read is enlivening something in your soul, maybe the Sattva Himalayan meditation is for you.