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Location: Yoga Campus | London, England
Instructors: Tias Little
Cost: £ 625.00 | Register Online | Call +44 (0) 20-7042-9900 to Register

SATYA 1 – Senory Awareness Training for Yoga Attunement

Yoga is a process of remapping the body’s energetic field and aligning it with the greater force of the universe. In order to heighten awareness and increase physical vitality, there is much evidence today on the effectiveness of slow movements, done in isolation and without force. In this course, we practice fine articulated movement, designed to build somatic intelligence, proprioceptive awareness and neuroplasticity. The SATYA movements replenish the body by “soaking” the tissues. Done mostly on the floor, SATYA involves sliding, gliding, stretching and unwinding movements. The movements serve to reduce fatigue, pump the viscera and align the vertebral column. This training covers the foundational movements that comprise the SATYA practice. Whether to restore your own body or to learn the key principles of the SATYA practice for the classroom, this course is a journey through the sensorimotor system. Practicing the SATYA movements brings mobilization to the joints and bi-lateral symmetry to the right and left sides of the body. Each day we follow the SATYA sequences with standing poses, twists, sidebends and inversions to build stabilization for the core tissues of the body.

SATYA 1 is the first course of a three part 150-hour training offered in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Suggested Prerequisites:

  • Completion of Session I of the Prajna Yoga Teacher Training
  • Attendance at Prajna Yoga workshops with Tias and Surya (in Santa Fe and other locations)

Course of Study

  • Cultivate essential sensory-motor awareness
  • Reduce body fatigue
  • Address low back pain
  • Design fundamental sequences that include both SATYA and asana

Additional Topics

  • The importance of spirals and counter spirals
  • “It’s all about the joints”: Working with the tendons, ligaments and joint spaces
  • Being in the “Pause”: the importance of not-doing
  • How gravity can be your friend
  • Re-educating the neural-muscular system and brain pathways
  • How to “ride the edge” through small movements
  • The healing potential of the movements and their effects on the myofascial system


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