I take a holistic approach to teach a complete and traditional science of yoga. I explore yoga in a way that is both practical and spiritual. The practice consists of asana, pranayama, and meditation to strengthen your body, connect you to the power of vital energy, and focus your mind. Through these integral life sources, yoga creates a physical, emotional, and mental balance in your life. As you allow yoga to enter your life, you are able to release your old energy patterns and realize your own true potential. The greatest knowledge gained through the practice of yoga is to know your true self and your own true nature.
At Satguru Yoga, I introduce you to the world of Yoga in its simple and true form. I offer you drop-in yoga classes, pranayama, and meditation, as well as Retreats, and Yoga Teacher Training. I feel compelled to eradicate angst and despair from modern society and replace it with selfless service for the Earth and other fellow beings. Also, I focus on delving within ourselves and dealing with our own key issues with meditation, and spiritual yoga.
1:1 Online classes
Yoga used to be taught one-on-one (...) In these unprecedented times, I offer online yoga and meditation classes in a private setting of Zoom, in the comfort of your own home. Connect with me via e-mail to agree on a day and time that suits you best.
Wholistic Yoga Teacher Training
We also offer a traditional style of Yoga Teacher training. Our training depends on established teaching styles, which include: asana, pranayama, meditation, yoga philosophy, detoxification methods, and stress management. It is aimed at individuals who are willing to take time and put the effort into creating deep self-practice and to use the wisdom of Yoga to help themselves grow. Satguru Yoga welcomes everybody to engross and understand the candid importance of yoga by understanding its basic, and its all-encompassing benefits.
We would like you to accomplish well-being, concordance, and satisfaction while finding your veiled potential. Satguru Yoga expects to achieve individual excellence, in all facets of personal, professional, social, and spiritual levels through Raja yoga (the yoga of the mind), Karma yoga (the yoga of action), Bhakti yoga (the yoga of devotion), Jnana yoga (the yoga of knowledge) and the Tantric culture of Hatha yoga (the yoga of the body).