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Somatic Awareness Training for Yoga Attunement

You feel best when you are flowing inside.

You need a practice that allows all of your tissues to open and breathe. At Prajna Yoga, we designed a totally unique body of work to support ease, joy, and flow in the body. SATYA (SomaticAwareness Training for Yoga Attunement) is like a combination of dance, yin yoga, Feldenkrais, and myofascial release. This practice reduces fatigue by filling the body in prana. In order to sustain a practice for many decades, SATYA practice is a must.

Somatic Awareness Training for Yoga Attunement (SATYA) are movements that complement asana training. Yoga students and teachers, mind-body therapists, and people in the healing arts benefit greatly from this training.

There are three programs within the SATYA certification program where we practice fine articulated movement to open new pathways of perception and feeling. For students who want to become a Certified Prajna SATYA Teacher, you must attend SATYA 1-3, elective classes or lectures, and complete the outlined practicum to complete the 150 hour certification requirements.


It is time to open up a whole other dimension of movement. SATYA will add depth and somatic sophistication to your practice…and it is so healing. Designed and developed by Tias Little after 30 years of education, practice, study, and research, SATYA is a somatic practice that builds mindfulness through movement.


Once you have felt the power of SATYA you will want to continue to soak in further. Here you will learn more complex sequencing, more nuanced variations of movement, and more about the physiological benefits. For those wishing to integrate SATYA into their teaching, SATYA 2 and 3 are a must. In this course, you will learn how to design SATYA sequences and assist movements to facilitate greater myofascial release.

Upcoming Dates in Santa Fe: June 18 – June 22


Upcoming Online Dates: September 25 – November 6 



SATYA 3 investigates the therapeutic benefits of SATYA on the nervous system, endocrine system, digestion, and circulation in order to heal the subtle body. We specifically review SATYA’s effects on the autonomic nervous system and how SATYA can heal trauma in the body. Much focus is given to working with the neck, cranium, eyes, and inner ear. Students will learn how to utilize SATYA therapeutically with individual clients.

Upcoming dates TBD – stay tuned!

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From our Students

“SATYA is magic. It is like being rebuilt, plugged back in, and then shining from the inside.”
– Sarah Dentoni | Fort Collins, CO

SATYA Certification Requirements:

To complete the Prajna SATYA Teacher Certification, each student is required to complete 150 hours of training with Prajna. The 150 hours is comprised of:
  • SATYA 1 – 3 Online (45 hours each) totaling 135 hours
  • 15 hours of Practicum
    • The Practicum is an opportunity for students to work with individual clients, practice offering SATYA movements for therapeutic applications, and assess the effectiveness of the treatments.
    • Students earn 15 Practicum hours in a combination of self practice review, work with clients/students, audio recording of a guided SATYA session, and review of the therapeutic benefit of the SATYA movements.
    • Details on the hours to be earned, the submission format, and hours will be discussed in the SATYA 3 training.
    • Upon review of the submitted Practicum students receive a certificate and are certified to teach SATYA.

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