About Sensory Awareness Training for Yoga Attunement
SATYA (Sensory Awareness Training for Yoga Attunement) is Prajna Yoga’s therapeutic, “yin” style practice. We practice fine articulated movement on the floor in a flowing fashion, synthesising breath with movement. The exercises are non-weight bearing and involve sliding, gliding, and circular movements to reduce myo-fascial holding in the body. When done on the floor, the breath and movement together enables myofascial release without strain. All movements are done slowly, in isolation and without force.
The SATYA movements replenish the body by increasing circulation (the flow of prana) throughout all the tissues of the body. SATYA acts as a “prana pump” to oxygenate the bloodstream and irrigate, or “soak” the tissues.
In yoga, the nadis are described as rivers of energy that flow through the body. They are circulatory pathways of blood, lymph and nerve that flow through all the connective tissues. There are thousands of small tributaries throughout the body that move via arcs, curves, spirals and elliptical patterns. In this immersion, we do SATYA movements and yoga postures to increase circulation through all the tissues of the body. We use rocking, circular and spiral movements to* release the fascia and joints of the body*. When there is uninhibited flow through the currents of the nadis there is radiant health and longevity in the body.
Meet the Teacher
Tias Little synthesises more than 30 years of study in classical yoga, Sanskrit, Buddhism, anatomy, bodywork, and trauma healing in his dynamic, original style of teaching. Tias began studying the work of B. K. S. Iyengar in 1984 and in 1989 resided in Mysore, India, where he studied Ashtanga vinyasa yoga under the tutelage of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. A licensed massage therapist, Tias has in-depth training in craniosacral therapy. His practice and teaching is influenced by the work of Ida Rolf, Moshé Feldenkrais, and Thomas Hanna. Tias earned a master’s degree in Eastern philosophy from St. John’s College in Santa Fe in 1998.
This live online workshop with Tias counts toward 6 CPD hours, and can be added onto SATYA 1 toward further qualifications of SATYA 2 and 3. please see the Prajna Yoga website for further information on the certification process for becoming a SATYA specialised teacher: https://www.prajnayoga.net/yoga-training/satya/
The workshop will be recorded and replay access offered to all students for a limited time after the event.
Upon completion of this workshop, you will receive a Yogacampus Certificate of Completion.
If you wish to gain certification from Prajna Yoga as a SATYA teacher, you are required to take the SATYA 1 online immersion, running through Yogacampus from Wednesday October 14th to Sunday October 25th and complete additional hours of self-study. You will then have 56 hours of SATYA 1 training.
To become a SATYA teacher, all SATYA courses are required – please see the Prajna Yoga website for further information on the certification process: https://www.prajnayoga.net/yoga-training/satya/