For Vinyasa Yoga practitioners and teachers looking for tools and inspiration with regards to their self-practice and possibly their teaching


• Course A (only 2 spaces left)

One weekend - 26, 27, & 28 June 2020

10am to 2pm - UK - on Zoom


• Course B (4 spaces left)

Three Saturdays - 04, 11, & 18 July 2020

  10am to 2pm - UK - on Zoom


10 participants only per course

• £180 / €205 / $ 225 US / $310 CAD


Session 1


Movement Vocabulary

‘The rules of language help us understand each other, and ourselves’  

This session will be about the set up, growth, and/or consolidation of a Vinyasa practice which asks more than to ’go with flow’, and with that speaks of the ‘purpose and direction’ of one’s practice. We will explore what can really be asked of ourselves in the context of a Vinyasa sequence, but also what we can realistically expect to receive from a Flow sequence. 


Session 2


Movement within the body VS movement within space 

‘All learning comes from Differentiation!’

This session will be about growing the capacity to differentiate 'this from that’ in our practice, so as to help us define and accomplish whatever goals (big or small) we have as yoga practitioners. We will use a sequence from the SPACE & FLOW repertoire and break down what is happening both within the body and within space, and discuss what works and doesn’t, and why. 


Session 3


 Vinyasa is art, science, but also very much play

“Do not fear mistakes. There are none.” Miles Davis

The artistry session will be about SEQUENCING… What it means, what it takes, and what you can do to make a Vinyasa sequence be Sacred Geometry and/or a dance that can not be wrong as you long as you are willing to be lost in space; the space of you, that is.


If you want, and up to two weeks after the course finishes, you will also receive feedback and guidance on the making and refinement of your own Vinyasa sequence.

See an example of individual feedback HERE.


Reduced rates on 1-1 online private lessons for a whole month  


Note that SATI is open to teachers and non-teachers alike, there’s no need to be an “advanced practitioner” however the ability to appreciate a “question & process” orientated type of practice, as opposed to “results and formula driven”, is a must. 


Fill out the form below to sign up and/or feel free to contact Raphan with any questions you might have. 


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