Resources

What is Satsang?

Sat means divine and Sang means association. Other definitions include association with truth, association with the wise. It is the conscious choice to learn from and share knowledge with those who lift your awareness to broader places. It is also an alliance with that and those which inspires one to grow. Below are some, but not all, of my teachers and colleagues that I have met and been touched by on this path. 


Sanga: My Amazing Teachers  


Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers and Ashrams Worldwide
www.sivanandayoga.org 


Yoga and Courses for Adults: Barbara Benagh
www.yogastudio.org 


Yoga, Anatomy and Consciousness for Adults: Arthur Kilmurray
www.arthurkilmurray.com 


Yoga Trainings for Adults: Tias Little
www.prajnayoga.net 


Children’s Yoga Teacher Resources and Courses: Mira Binzen
www.globalfamilyyoga.org 


Anatomy Trains: Tom Myers
www.anatomytrains.com 


The School for Body Mind Centering: Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
www.bodymindcentering.com 


KMI, Thai massage, Thai SI, individual instruction, Anatomy Instructor and Anatomy Trains and Yoga: Yaron Gal Carmel
www.thai-si.com/ 


Spring Hill Montessori School: Victoria and Mark Oliva
www.springhillmontessori.net 


Lexington Waldorf School: Lexington, Massachusetts
www.thewaldorfschool.org 


The Center for Non-Violent Communication: Dr. Marshall Rosenburg
www.cnvc.org 


Stretch What Matters- Teaching Yoga to Children with Special Needs: Elizabeth Goranson http://stretchwhatmatters.com