Prajna Yoga, located in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico, offers some of the finest yoga education in the United States. We offer yoga immersions, in-depth study programs and retreats. Our yoga teacher training curricula meets the highest standard for Yoga Alliance certification at the 200 hour and 500 hour level. The heart of the Prajna Yoga practice involves asana with a focus on internal alignment, mindfulness and flow. We emphasize anatomical study with a focus on structural integration. Through meditation and study of the “three jewels”—the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha—we encourage an embodied wisdom. Thus the Prajna Yoga practice supports internal transformation at the deepest level.
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In 1999, Tim stepped into his first yoga class to get some exercise, without recognizing how this beautiful discipline would profoundly change the course of his life. He started studying with Tias in 2000. He has since completed six levels of Prajna Yoga teacher training. He feels very fortunate to have taught yoga for the past 14 years. In August of 2011, he moved to Albuquerque and in May of 2012, he married a beautiful woman who is now the mother of his two precious children.
His study of yoga, whether mental, physical, philosophical or spiritual, has expanded his view of what yoga classes and practice can be. For him, yoga is a way of living in this world that can be practiced and felt in each moment. Tias has inspired him to live his life with authenticity and simple kindness. He doesn’t believe he’d be teaching yoga and or practicing the healing arts without the guidance and compassionate teachings of Tias Little and the Prajna Yoga team. He is eternally grateful for his and their endless support, wisdom and love.
Currently, he teaches both private and group yoga classes in Albuquerque. He works primarily from my home office in Albuquerque, and he teaches at High Desert Yoga on Saturday mornings, Bhava Yoga on Monday evenings, and two classes a week at the Mid-town Sports and Wellness gym. He is also a Licensed Massage Therapist and a graduate of the Ayurvedic Institute.
The most important thing to remember is this: to be ready at any moment to give up what you are for what you might become.W.E.B. DuBois
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