Satya Yoga opened in 2015 to offer yoga to people from all walks of life, and creating a space that is non-judgmental, fun, accepting and accessible for all who enter.
Our teachers are traditionally trained, most coming from the Himalayan Institute. Our goal is to create a practice that is both fun and beneficial for all who are in class.
What is ayurveda (in a nutshell)
At the core ayurveda believes that each of us is born with our own personal master plan for vibrant health. Your constitution in many ways, defines who you are. No two humans have the same exact ayurvedic makeup (constitution). Ayurveda recognizes five elements as the fundamental building blocks of nature: earth, water, fire, air, and space. Everything in nature contains all five of these elements.
What might be beneficial to you could be less than beneficial for someone else, one persons nectar is another person's poison. It all depends on who you are, what patterns are currently functioning in your system. While there are some practices that are beneficial for all most everyone, Ayurveda places the focus firmly on you, the individual. This is why an assessment of your constitution, and your current state of balance, can help establish a set of personalized recommendations to support you in your journey through life; mind, body and soul.