Brain Fog? Sugar cravings? Getting Sick? You need…

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One thing you will find as you embrace a yoga regular practice is that other changes soon start to appear in your life. You begin to become more conscious of everything that goes into both body and mind, including the thoughts you think, the emotions you take on – and the fuel you put into your body. It’s no wonder so many yogis embrace healthy, organic eating; we want to make sure that only the best goes into keeping this amazing vessel running! One yogi who has heartily embraced this change is Tiia, a Santosha Level 1 graduate who runs a raw food blog called Raw Food Getting Started. We are so lucky to have her share some of her favourite smoothie recipes for brain fog, beating sugar cravings and increased immunity with us on the blog… hope you enjoy 🙂READ MORE

Making the Leap into Teaching

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Just like everyone comes to yoga through their own individual path, all our students approach teaching in their own unique way. Some continue practicing and learning before they make the leap to teaching, many start with family and friends and others find that they can’t wait to jump in to taking classes. Diaz was one such graduate who was born ready to begin his yoga teaching career! We chatted to him about his time on the Santosha Level 1 Yoga Teacher Training, and what inspired and empowered him to dive straight in to sharing his passion with others….

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Lessons Learned Solo

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It takes a certain kind of bravery to set sail for a place where you don’t know a single soul. We love that our students are bold enough to make this exciting step! Luckily 99% of our students are in this same situation – so it doesn’t take long for strong friendships and bonds to grow on our yoga teacher trainings. We so often hear our students refer to their Santosha group as a ‘family’ – and it’s true, sharing these experiences together allows a deep connection to quickly grow. It’s a very special part of our immersive trainings.READ MORE

Finding a Path Back to Self – Steve’s YTT Story

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We are so lucky to feature a yoga super-hero on the blog today – Santosha graduate Steve Gorelashvili. Of course all our students are stars to us, but Steve does have a bit of a special story! He shares how his time on the teacher training not only taught him how to teach yoga – it bought him back to following his own unique path in the world. He has since made massive changes in his life, bold steps which have led him back to his true calling and enabled him to benefit others in his community. We hope you are as inspired by Steve’s story as we are….READ MORE

End of year message from Sunny…

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2015, what an incredible year, filled with so much movement that allowed growth, understanding and love.

To the beautiful spirits that embarked upon their new paths by studying incredibly hard for 24 days under the guidance of Santosha’s experienced, authentic teachers, thank you from the bottom of my heart, our heart to yours. Spiritual growth, allows and creates goodness in the world and this goodness can heal mother earth and all her inhabitants….READ MORE

Living the Yogi Way

Copy of Untitled designIt’s our lucky day on the Santosha blog! Santosha Yoga graduate and teacher, qualified Naturopath and Medical Herbalist and all round healthy and happy living guru Kirsten Swales shares her thoughts on Living the Yogi Way. Have a read and let us know what resonates with you in the comments…READ MORE

Busting Three Common Myths of SUP Yoga

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SUP Yoga is making waves in the yoga world – but are you still hesitant to test the water? Sure you’ve heard all the fitness and meditation benefits of a class on the beautiful blue ocean… but isn’t it too challenging? Is it even a real yoga class? What about alignment onboard a floating yoga mat?

Get ready to grab yourself a board as we throw these three common myths about the practice out to sea!READ MORE

Find Your Yoga Niche

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A very common belief that can hold yoga teachers back is the fear that there is too much “competition” in the yoga teaching field. Although it is true there may indeed be a lot of yoga teachers out there, the good news is… there is only one you!READ MORE

Five Fun Things To Do in Canggu

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As all yogis know, the key to a good life is balance. Even on a yoga teacher training, taking some time to do something a little different can be a great way to keep you refreshed and ready to hit the mat again after a full week of learning. Luckily, you don’t need to travel too far on Bali to have an adventure… in fact you don’t have to travel at all! As Canggu grows in popularity thanks to its beaches, cafes and chilled out surf vibe, the options for fun times keep on growing. Which makes sticking around the hood on your precious time off a pretty tempting option! READ MORE

How To Choose a Yoga Teacher Training

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2014 Level 1 Santosha Teacher Training Graduate and all round yoga and surf legend Jessica Scheper is already out in the world, spreading her passion for yoga and surfing through her business “Soul Surf n Yoga“. We asked Jessica to share an article she recently wrote with us, as we think it could be super helpful to those choosing a Yoga Teacher Training in the near future. Shared with kind permission… thanks Jessica!READ MORE