Sharing yoga is the best. On Wednesday July 15 we are hosting "Bring A Friend" Day - you come to any of our regular scheduled classes that day and bring a friend who's never been, he or she attends for free! See our daily online schedule for classes!
Catch Hailey O'hara and Angela Mcfaul for their guest appearance teaching a 2-session workshop July 18 and 19th! Discover what it means to find devotion and service within your practice and soften into the beauty that it produces. Open to all levels!For more details & to register >>
We are back to regular programming Wednesday July 15th for weekly satsang & meditation with Rameen! Join us at 7:30pm for a yoga talk followed by group meditation and deepen your experience of body, breath and mind. Open to anyone, no previous experience required, this class is a free offering.Details >>
Registration is open for this fall's 200 hour SATTVA teacher training in Edmonton and we are still accepting applications for the one month intensive training being offered in Regina this August. Apply NOW!Details >>
Founded by Rameen Peyrow, SATTVA is dedicated to inspiring practitioners to use the balance found from within their practice and to live from that place of inspired potential that exists within all of us... We use 4 guiding principles: the body, breath, mind, and stillness with hatha & raja yoga as our foundation.
We want to bring health and well-being into the body. We do this by using a series of dynamic movements or physical postures that stimulate the major systems of the body and bring it into balance.
At the SATTVA School of Yoga we put a strong emphasis on the breath and breathing techniques. The breath strengthens and purifies the nervous system and bridges the gap between the body and mind.
In the SATTVA Yoga practice we focus on the importance of meditation to ground and focus the mind on what is important in one's life. Meditation will help to calm and relax the mind so that we can truly rest into a balanced state.
Stillness is that comfortable space found within the body, breath and mind where everything is balanced, harmonious and perfect. Stillness leads us to our true intelligence and wisdom.