The mission of Satya Yoga is to provide a space for teachers, students, and practitioners of diverse practices to achieve
their fullest potential. The studio and its classes strive to promote a positive and rewarding experience for all who participate. Whether the participants have a young, healthy, mature, heavier, injured, or a body in dis-ease, the teachers will create a welcoming environment free from judgment and competition.
At the age of 28 I became an ACE certified fitness instructor, teaching aerobic and strength training. I stumbled
over yoga during a fitness training event and quickly became an avid practitioner. I earned my 200 hour RYT in 2004 and have attended workshops with some of the great Western Teachers including Seane Corn, Shiva Rea, Barron Baptiste, Judith Lasater, Gary Kraftsow, Mark Whitwell and many others. I have also had the opportunity to train with the grandson of the greatest Guru from whom came many present day schools of Yoga - Krishnamacharya. I am currently working on my 500 hour RYT in Rod Stryker’s ParaYoga program and will be making my first pilgrimage to India in April. Yoga and meditation have presented me with many gifts through my years of practice, often providing me with the tools I have needed at exactly the right time. I began studies with the Tibetan Buddhist group Tergar Meditation in Madison in 2012 and have developed a strong meditation practice using the principles they teach. I am grateful for this practice as it assisted me in many ways during my diagnosis, treatment, and recovery from breast cancer in 2013. My journey has provided many life lessons and countless gems … all of which I attribute to my dedication to the practice of yoga and meditation. My teaching style is greatly influenced by the Yoga Sutras and I instruct with the ancient scriptures always in the forefront of my mind and heart. I teach two styles of Yoga: a Yin style that emphasizes holding poses, and a Vinyasa style that stresses movement with the breath. I am also a Level I Certified Yamuna Body Rolling instructor. I earned my certification with Yamuna in 2003. Yamuna Body Rolling™ is a revolutionary approach to health and fitness using balls designed exclusively for this practice.
Each class utilizes a combination of poses, breathing practices and guided relaxation to release deep muscular tensions
in the core of your body-beginning at the base of your spine; releasing tensions you may not even realize you have! Classes allow you to gain access to experiences of a deeper dimension within, allowing you to tap into an inner quietude and the source of love, happiness and healing on the inside! The Yoga classes are designed to provide relief from the stresses of daily life, chronic physical pain, as well as preventing injury and promoting greater flexibility. Key benefits include physical comfort, acceptance of life's challenges, increased energy, more happiness and enthusiasm for life, and a profound deeper experience of who you are in the inside…..the Self.
Gentle approach to the full range of yoga practices. Classes for adults, kids, teens, and therapeutic yoga. The focus
in all of our classes is on increasing self-awareness to help bring the benefits of yoga into our life off of the yoga mat. Individualized yoga therapy practice developed with you. We also offer private sessions of ayurveda and Chinese medicine.
Inner Fire Yoga's Mission is to cultivate peace in the world by guiding our community on the path to freedom in body
and mind, kindling the inner fire of the heart. We practice a variety of yoga styles including Bikram Yoga, Flow Yoga, Hot Yoga and Yin Yoga. We look forward to meeting you, and welcoming you to our community of yogis and yoginis. Values The wellbeing of individuals and our greater community. Compassion and acceptance. Friendliness and kindness. Commitment to a disciplined practice. Integrity. Cleanliness. Environmental consciousness.
Welcome to Madison's original yoga studio. Mound Street Yoga Center has been dedicated to providing the finest yoga
instruction in the Madison area since 1984. Located near the University of Wisconsin campus, Mound Street Yoga Center offers classes for beginners, continuing education for the region?s yoga teachers, and workshops for everyone in between.