Welcome to Yoga Studio Satya
Your Colorado Springs Yoga Studio




Satya is a Sanskrit word for truth.  It is through our practice that we find the space to return to our true nature.  When we listen to the whispers of the heart, it guides us in the direction of joy and love.  We sometimes get lost in the distraction of expectation, fear and doubt, but when we step on the mat and return to breath, compassion and acceptance for all beings (including yourself), you allow your journey to unfold however it's supposed to as you return to your path - your truth. Our Satya instructors are passionate about sharing the teachings of yoga and helping to weave and blend philosophy, meditation and breath practices with real life experiences to help guide you safely on and off the mat.  Yoga is therapeutic and can be a sustainable, life-long practice to help support your mind, body & spirit.  At Satya, we encourage people to show up as they are, let yourself explore what your body is willing and able to do today and find gratitude in what is.  BE YOU! Yoga Studio Satya is a welcoming community for beginning and experienced yogis in Colorado Springs. We offer a variety of different yoga styles that are perfect for students of all skill levels, abilities and body types. Whether you're dealing with an injury or just feeling "not bendy", we have classes to support each individual's needs.  Our offerings include yoga wall, restorative, gentle yoga, vinyasa, pilates, and meditation. At Yoga Studio Satya, we encourage you to live your yoga on and off the mat! Call us today at (719) 203-4525

Discover Yoga's Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Benefits

The word “yoga” means “union”, and refers to the spiritual union between the mind and the body. By controlling the breath and holding the body in steady poses or “asanas”, yoga creates harmony within the body. Asanas are specifically designed to sculpt the body, release muscular tension, and tone internal organs. By linking breath with movement, yoga strengthens the mind-body connection. Regular participants benefit from less stress and anxiety, a centered mind, and an enhanced sense of well being. Health benefits include lower blood pressure, increased strength and flexibility, better stress management, and long-term weight loss. Regular yoga practice at Yoga Studio Satya will cultivate mindfulness and presence for a healthier lifestyle. All skill levels are welcome at Yoga Studio Satya. If you are new to yoga, this is a great place to begin your practice in Colorado Springs. Bring your mat, an open mind, and a willingness to discover new possibilities. We recommend wearing comfortable clothing that allows you to move easily. Our experienced instructors provide assists and adjusts to support your practice, and help you create optimal alignment in each pose while staying safe. You are welcome to try any class at Yoga Studio Satya. We encourage you to do as much as you feel comfortable doing and know that you can take a rest in child’s pose or savasana at any time.

We encourage all yogis to move towards a mindful practice that balances the physicality and concentration of asanas with breath work (pranayama) and meditation. Whether you are new to yoga or have made it a part of your lifestyle for many years, we invite you to enter our studio with a beginner’s mind, and be open to the possibilities of your practice.

At Yoga Studio Satya, we practice the intention of yoga by treating everyone with respect and love. Our instructors have a diverse background in yogic philosophy, structural alignment, posture modifications, injury recovery & rehabilitation. We are passionate about helping students deepen their mind/body connection, detoxify their bodies, heal from past physical injuries and emotional trauma, and empower personal growth.

To learn more about yoga, including health benefits and how to practice different asanas, we encourage you to explore the resources available on our website. We invite you to sign up for our e-newsletter and stay up-to-date on the exciting workshops and classes available at our Colorado Springs yoga studio.

Yoga Studio Satya is a place for everyone and everybody. Unify your body, mind and spirit at our Colorado Springs yoga studio. We look forward to welcoming you into our yoga community!

Testimonials

What Our Clients Are Saying About US...

  • "The environment just elicits peace and I'm very much in alignment with the principles taught at Satya!"
    Ian S
  • "The instructors are top notch, and the environment is welcoming."
    Elizabeth H
  • "I definitely recommend this [200 hr YTT] to everyone! Postures alone have helped improve my body performance and my mental state has greatly changed the way I live my entire life with a positive impact."
    Rilea
  • "Restorative yoga-Friday evenings with Tracy-is ALWAYS excellent, honoring, helpful, individualized, humorous. I've done restorative yoga over the years at ~5 different studios in Colorado Springs. Satya energy and style matches for me. Tracy is a TOP teacher, from my experience!"
    Diane A
  • "YSS is amazing! Inclusive, meets you where you are and offers a variety of great classes to include yoga wall and belly dance! :)"
    Alicia C
  • "The facility was clean and welcoming, parking was easy. The teacher Mel was warm and personable, showed that she cared about safety and learning experience."
    Kelly L
  • "I love yoga Satya. Everyone there is amazing. And my adaptive class is wonderful !"
    Barbara S
  • "Satya Yoga Studio embraces the whole person wherever they are in their own discovery. It takes time to find ourselves...the vibration and courtesy to be yourself is palatable and friendly with the teachers, at the workshops, and in the various classes offered. To be greeted at the door, to begin moving, and then to be connected with yourself on the mat and then continuing the connection off the mat with yourself and others produces change and gives purpose."
    Gwen R
  • "Mia was wonderful. Loved her energy. She was also very kind and welcoming to me as a new/ visiting client."
    Lisa S
  • "This studio is like a home. This program [200 hr YTT] was so informational, gratifying and magical."
    Britt
  • "Deb is always very welcoming and kicks Buti!!!"
    Jean H
  • "Mike is an awesome person and teacher."
    Patience P
  • "Amanda is a amazing instructor and has has a very attractive personality. She makes you feel super comfortable where you are at in your physical ability. The studio is clean and has a nice atmosphere."
    Jeremy JJ
  • "Yoga Studio Satya is a haven and sanctuary. Amanda's energy combined with her intuition equals healing and safety. The primary focus on 'alignment first' makes perfect sense. This combined with the yoga wall classes has helped me regain flexibility at a faster rate than I thought possible. Yoga Studio Satya is worth every minute and penny!!"
    Kelly Obeginski

Meet Our Teachers

  • Alicia was summoned to a daily yoga practice after experiencing intense burn-out in the social work field in 2017. It was only after showing up to her mat every morning, (sometimes enthusiastically and sometimes with tired hesitation) that she enhanced her true nature of loving kindness and compassion. Through this self study and dedication of yoga practice, Alicia discovered the boundaries needed for protection amidst trauma and suffering in work and in life. She also noticed that this helped perk up her mood and helped alleviate pains in her spine and neck from driving and sitting at a desk all day.As a professional belly dancer, Alicia loves incorporating yoga into her dance lessons at Pikes Peak Community College as this helps to prevent injury and supports her old injuries sustained from dancing over the years. Do not be surprised if she throws some extra dance-inspired movement into class! She enjoys the practice of meditation, Pranayama (breath work) and Vinyasa (linking breath to movement) for self care and believes this is the most important benefit of yoga. Yoga also improved her abilities to rock climb, one of her favorite hobbies; increasing balance, mental/physical strength and coordination.

    Alicia is particularly fascinated and inspired by the 8 limbed path of yoga and weaving it's teachings into her life and classes. She wants to continue learning on this loving path of yoga while sharing what she has learned along the way.

  • Amanda

    I discovered yoga in 2005 and began teaching in 2009. After receiving a BA of Fine Arts from the Art Institute of Colorado in 2000, I worked as an interior designer in Colorado, Vermont and Hawaii. Having a touch of wanderlust, I left my life in Maui to travel in hopes of seeing the world and learning another language. I wound up in Switzerland as a nanny learning to speak Italian, eating amazing Italian cuisine and yet I felt disconnected from community and self. After returning home to Colorado I realized that yoga helped me feel a deeper connection to nature, community and my true self. My passion urged me loudly to become a certified yoga instructor and share this experience. Eager and ready to begin teaching I found my path looking a bit clouded after a car accident that turned into 4 years of rehabilitation, severe chronic pain and ultimately surgery. The journey to recovery can be long but with Yoga, Pilates and Meditation I reclaimed my health, strength and sense of wholeness. I am grateful to have experienced such challenges so that I am better equipped to help others create wellness and ease within themselves; body, mind and spirit.

  • Andrea

    My yoga journey began 20 yrs ago when I spotted a “yoga zone” dvd in the store. After having my first baby, I wanted a way to get some exercise at home, so I bought the dvd and started a home practice. Yoga complemented my other workouts and got me through my second pregnancy. Fast forward 20 years and I am still practicing-now with my teenage daughter, sometimes with my hubby, and I am working on my adult son! :) I had frequently thought about teacher training, but being a military spouse, the timing never seemed to work out with our frequent moves. Now after 25 years of Air Force life, I needed yoga more than ever as a practice to calm and center myself. Also, being a nurse, I wanted to learn more of the therapeutic benefits of yoga. So I decided to go for it, and YTT at Satya has been the most amazing experience! Yoga is more than just asanas to me now. It’s a guide for healthy living that is giving me sthira and sukha (strength and ease) well beyond the mat.

  • Brady

    A few years ago I found myself at the end of a faith crisis, leaving behind my lifelong religion and allowing my entire worldview to dissolve. I was struggling to see any meaning and purpose in what I considered to be the daily grind of life. I started doing yoga from home as, simply, a workout to lose weight. I did lose the weight and in the process I gained so much more. Yoga has taught me how to be introspective and reflective, opening up the door of my mind. Through the conscious movement of asana and the quiet sitting of meditation I have learned how to untangle patterns and habits of mind and body and design a life that resonates with my soul. I was self taught in yoga for 2 years, using an app for my asana practice and studying books to understand the meditation practice. Joining Satya and undergoing their teacher training has deepened my practice immensely and helped me to understand the whys behind many insights I’ve had along my journey so far. I hope my love of yoga will ignite the same feeling in others who I have the privilege of guiding.

  • Brittney

    After my first yoga class, I immediately fell in love with the comfort & freedom of space on my mat. The curiosity grew by being upside down-(what a perspective!) then openly wanted to learn what this also had in store for me; self- exploration, community, passion & surrendering.
    Yoga & conscious breath helped me dig deep into healing physical & emotional trauma and to me, it was magic. That led me to receive my Reiki 1 Certification & a passion for holistic healing.
    I received my certification for children's yoga in 2014 when I
    realized I wanted to teach. I now am enrolled in Satya's
    YTT, where its full of wisdom and I continue to grow into the person I love!
    I believe yoga is medicine in motion and feeds the soul.
    I want to share and teach classes that get you out of your head and into your body. I am passionate about the value of pranayama, balance, organic movement & guided meditation.

  • Colten

    I feel lucky to be a manager at Yoga Studio Satya and engage with this community daily.  I'm surrounded by uplifting and inspiring people that are passionate about what they offer and I'm honored to be a part of this yoga journey with YOU!

  • Court

    The mind-body connection began for me as a teenager in the 90s with martial arts. After university, I found qigong and became a disciple. I practiced and facilitated learning for new practitioners in Florida and Washington, DC. During that time, our fellow students were being tortured and murdered by the communists in China. I was arrested on Tiananmen Square on Valentine’s Day 2002 while appealing to the government for mercy.Later, I hit a wall in my energy practice. I realized that I missed having a toned body and needed grounding in the physical world. Yoga provided that service. I enjoy the physicality of yoga that allows me to be strong, tunes my mind, and doesn’t tempt me with violence or competition. I look forward to practicing with you.

  • David

    I first came to yoga classes hoping to improve flexibility and balance as part of a journey to become more active later in life. I was surprised to find yoga accessible to all levels of fitness and flexibility and to discover that yoga reaches far beyond physical movement to improved breathing, focus, reflection and compassion. My yoga practice has helped to move beyond the self-imposed barriers of mind and body and find new possibilities. I have been helped by many patient and passionate instructors that have been willing to share, I hope to also share and learn with you as we practice together

  • Dawn

    My journey with Yoga began in 2007. I soon realized that it was so much more than asana. I became interested in the other limbs of yoga and the mind-body-spirit connection. Yoga has helped me through some difficult times. It keeps me grounded, centered and calmer. In 2017, I decided to take my practice to the next level and completed my 200 hr RYT. Yoga is my passion and I want to share my knowledge with others. I believe Yoga is something that can benefit everyone both on and off the mat.

  • Deb

    The idea of yoga had been in the background of my mind for as long as I can remember, but it would be many years before I actually came to my mat. I have always been physically active through various sports and dance, and initially, yoga was simply another form of physical activity. My interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle has evolved through the years and I have had many different jobs through my adult life. Currently, I am honored to guide yoga practitioners through their own practice and love this role of facilitator. I also believe in the importance of sustaining a consistent personal yoga practice which encompasses all aspects; body, mind and spirit. In class, one will find acceptance and encouragement through a light-hearted, yet grounding practice.

  • Erin

    I discovered yoga after multiple soccer injuries. Not wanting to do further damage I turned to Yoga as a means of recovery. I was instantly hooked, not only from a physical standpoint but it grabbed my attention from a mental and spiritual level. I took the 200 hour teacher training here at Yoga Studio Satya and I have been absorbing everything I can about yoga since. Yoga has not only helped me physically understand my body and the injuries I’ve moved through but it’s also been the most successful tool for me managing anxiety and stress. I’m particularly interested and passionate about making yoga is accessible to everyONE. I want to share the experience that I’ve had with yoga and learn from others in the process as well. We’re never done learning and I look forward to sharing that experience with you on the mat! I’m also an artist. When I’m not practicing yoga, or rather, when I’m practicing another limb of yoga, you’ll find me painting in my studio!

  • Heather

    I am a Colorado native with a passion for holistic healing. A spine injury in 2013 set me on my path to yoga. I was dealing with debilitating pain and chronic sciatica in both of my legs. It was seriously impacting my quality of life and limiting my mobility. Conventional medicine offered opiates, steroids and surgery. None of which I considered to be an option for me. I knew there was a better way and I turned to yoga.Through yoga I was able to heal my sciatica and manage my back pain. Through yoga, I am able to soothe my mind and nurture my spirit. Through yoga, I grow. I am so grateful for the gift of yoga and for the incredible teachers I've been fortunate to learn from so far. Yoga has changed my life. It is so empowering to have the tools to create ease within the mind, body and spirit no matter what the situation. I intend to continue on this path for life, learning all I can about yoga and holistic healing so that I can share the knowledge with others, empowering them to cultivate wellness within themselves. My yoga journey led me to Yoga Studio Satya where I am currently attending the 200hr YTT program.

  • Jean

    I am a Colorado Native, who has been active in sports and the outdoors most of my life. I believe the peaceful mountains here are meant for an ascent achieved through hiking and/or running, and the Pikes Peak marathon is one of my all time favorite hike/runs. Years of running is what brought me to the physical aspect of Yoga. I realized that I needed a way to stretch after those long runs. Fortunately for me, my high school sweetheart/wife was already into a home Ashtanga practice. I thought I would give it a shot, but my practice was inconsistent at best. A couple of years later we came back to yoga after joining a fitness center. While this experience taught me a lot and definitely improved my practice, it left me questioning if there was more. After moving to a Yoga studio, I was encouraged to take teacher training and I thought that this was a good way to learn more about yoga. Not only would I end up teaching after getting my 200 RYT certification (that was never my intention), but I’m forever changed. I have much gratitude for my many teachers, who have guided me along this path, and hope to be able to inspire and guide others in this experience of yoga. Yoga is a lifelong practice and one never stops learning, so with that in mind I will soon be working toward a 300 hr certification to be completed by September of this 2016.

  • Kaye

    I am married to the love of my life, Wayne, we recently celebrated our 42nd wedding anniversary. My husband was in the military we retired in Colorado springs and have lived her for 23 years. We have four unique and awesome children and 7 active grandchildren. My grandchildren bring the joy of youth and innocence into my life, they help me stay young. I also have a cat named Molly. I am a CASA volunteer and love advocating for the children in my cases, a great opportunity to pay it forward. Finding Yoga has given me the opportunity to take a look at myself. 

  • Kim

    Kim M. Green, has been a dedicated bodyworker for over 20+ years. Kim has practiced and studied both professionally & independently with the internal/healing arts of Judo/Shiatsu, Somatic Trauma Release, Integrative Meridian Therapy, Structural Rehabilitation, Chinese/Japanese Medicine, Herbalism and Energetic Bodywork. She has decades of study in somatics, structure, cranial, lymphatics, Chapmans, fascia, TBI, disease, repetitive syndromes, somatic bodywork, trauma, PTSD, assault, rape and addiction. Through a diversity of trainings and learning from a traditional Judo Master her interest was peaked about eastern practices and yoga.

  • Kristal

    I am Kristal and I have been practicing various styles of yoga for the past 20 years. As a former gymnast and dancer, yoga offered me the best way to connect my body and my spirit in ways that other forms of physical activity simply did not do and I could (and did) engage in practice wherever I found myself. As a KC-135 pilot in the Air Force, I was away from home more often than I was home, so yoga kept me grounded and at peace when my life was in constant chaos. In 2002, I suffered a catastrophic injury to my spine that ended my flying career and any chance at the normal means of staying healthy, so yoga became integral to my overall health as well as a means to rehabilitate my spine following attempted fusion at L5/S1. 

  • Kristin

    After attending my first yoga class, I was awakened to the therapeutic benefits derived from the practice. Yoga is an amazing practice that can heal and transform the body and mind. Through yoga instruction, I hope to be the conduit through which people can begin to transform their bodies and minds. “It is through the alignment of the body that I discovered the alignment of my mind, self, and intelligence.” ~ Sri.B.K.S.Iyengar

  • Leah

    Leah Wilson-Felis is a Colorado Native and began studying yoga and eastern philosophies at a young age with a private mentor, Kimberly Klein, who doubled as her ballet instructor. By age 17 she was certified and teaching yoga classes at a local yoga studio. Following high school in 2007, Leah began her studies in massage therapy at the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy. She is an avid traveler, always searching for opportunity to expand her knowledge of healing modalities, open to new culture and self awareness.

  • Madison

    I know from experience how challenging and frustrating, yet transformative, freeing and blissful yoga can be. My journey started about 6 years ago when a yoga angel saw me struggling and took me under her wing. It started with the physical practice, interlaced with a lot of “I can’t”, “this is stupid”, swearing and sometimes crying. I was born with a club foot that was corrected by 2 surgeries before I was 3 years old and knees that started dislocating when I was 7, resulting in 6 surgeries from the age of 11-18. When I was 22 I was in a car accident and sustained a concussion and 2 herniated discs, C 5-6 and T 7-8. I had just graduated from CIMT as a Neuromuscular Therapist the year prior and bought my first house 6 weeks before my car accident. Stress started kicking my butt and my body was suffering. Slowly thou and with much practice, a shift started to happen. I noticed that physically I started feeling better. With the physical change came a mental change. I learned that your energy goes where you direct it and if you are stuck in your mind, chances are you are stuck in your body. For the rest of my life yoga will continue to be a daily practice for me. I have been a therapist over 9 years now and I absolutely love what I do. By combining the tools and knowledge that I gained during my 200 hr Satya YTT with my massage background, I hope to offer different techniques and tricks that you can take along with you, on your journey. Mind over matter = Power over matter

  • Maggie

    Growing up in Nebraska, there were not very many opportunities in the holistic field, so I decided to move to Colorado in 2015 to pursue a career in something that resonated with me. I had discovered complimentary healing in my last year of high school, when a good friend had introduced the healing modality of crystals to me. I became obsessed, and I wanted to know more about how I could heal myself without pharmaceuticals and mainstream information. In that same year, I dove deep into the realm of meditation, yoga, and nutrition. After taking a year off of school to work, I decided to enroll in a holistic health program at Red Rocks Community College in Denver. As of August 2018, I am a certified Holistic Health Practitioner, and as of May 2019, a certified Holistic Wellness Coach. My most prominent interest thus far is whole-food nutrition, as we really are what we eat, and practicing the yogic principles of non-harm and compassion are very important in choosing what we put into our bodies. I discovered yoga somewhere along the way in attempt to help ease my chronic back pain, I and began doing a home practice based on the information in books that I had read. After a while, I became tired of the practice that I had known, and I was still having back pain, so I decided to enroll in classes away from home. After practicing consistently for a couple months, all of my back pain had completely disappeared. I had never experienced such ease and comfort when rolling out of bed in the morning, not to mention the emotional and spiritual ease that I had felt as well. This discovery inspired me to complete the 200-hour YTT program here at Yoga Studio Satya and share this knowledge and experience with everyone. I am honored to have the opportunity to guide others on their path to growth and healing through yoga. Namaste.

  • Margaux

    Heyo! I'm Margaux. I'm told that I'm an adorably awkward weirdo, an irreverent enigma, & a bit of a restless seeker. I rediscovered yoga in 2015 as an anxiety ridden college junior desperate for some semblance of peace. Little did I know that the practice would open my eyes & open my heart to whole new way of being.Yoga gives me the opportunity to regularly practice kindness & self-compassion both on & off my mat. It reminds me to find & connect with my breath, my spirit & remember who I really am. Yoga has guided me through some of the most difficult times in my life, helping me to see the world from different perspectives & allowing me to keep a childlike sense of wonder about how truly miraculous this life is. My practice inspires me to play freely, to laugh gleefully, & to embrace this experience fully, & I live for getting to share what I learn on the mat with other curious seekers.

  • Marina

    I first encountered yoga when I was 17 and a senior in high school. Initially, it was recommended by a doctor due to chronic low back pain caused by a slight curve in my lumbar spine. I stuck with it through college and even added in Pilates each semester. I just loved the feeling of strength and grounded-ness it left me with. As you know, life gets in the way. Landing my first full time gig after college, I let my practice slip and I started to feel a build-up of stress and a distinct feeling that something was missing.  Eventually, it all became too much and I suffered an anxiety attack that sent me to the hospital.  I made the decision to put my old life on the shelf and make myself a priority.  The first step was getting back to a consistent yoga practice.  After 5 months of a dedicated practice, I decided to make yoga an integral part of my life and take the 200hr Satya YTT.  I have learned how to manage stress and anxiety as well as find pain relief in my back.  I hope to share this trans formative practice as my life's work.  

  • Melissa

    I first stepped on the mat in 2002 and instantly was enamored with Yoga. I had no idea at that moment how much the practice of yoga would guide and change my life. For several years I practiced off and on when I could “fit it in.” But in 2005, after being hospitalized twice, I found myself broken both physically and emotionally. It was then yoga serendipitously came back into my life. Living in a military town with little to no yoga community, I found a small studio that had just opened and it was there that my yoga journey really began. Over the next couple of years yoga became my sanctuary. I gradually healed through community and practice, embracing the power of asana, meditation, and breath work. It was the practice of yoga that helped me learn to live and cope with a debilitating disease. I did teacher training to take my practice deeper, but along the way realized I wanted to share yoga with others, to empower them to heal, find comfort, and know the tools to really live and be well are within each of us. I’ve now been teaching yoga since 2010. I’m E-RYT 200 Hatha certified with additional training in Yin, Restorative, Therapeutics, Adaptive, Wall & Alignment based yoga. Although initially trained in vinyasa I like to incorporate many styles to meet the needs of my students. I moved to Colorado Springs in 2016 and have been blessed to continue my yoga journey in this beautiful state.

  • Mia

    Ciao Yogi belli!I’m the Yogini with the paprikas accent. Being born in Hungary, I had the privilege to grow up in the land of hugging ~ kissing ~ loud ~ laughing ~ gulyas eating ~ dancing ~ singing people. I spent my childhood days mostly outside, bare feet, helping & playing on grandma’s & grandpa’s land in spring & summer & ice skating on frozen lakes in winter. I was 11ish when we moved to Germany, where I was given the opportunity to dive into a new culture, languages & adventures.My passion for Yoga was ignited by an inspiring fitness instructor I used to train with as a teenager. 

  • Mike

    YA 200hr RYT, moved to Colorado in 2006, for our beautiful mountains and the adventures they provide. A machinist and engineer turned stay at home dad, Mike loved yoga from his first class in Cleveland Ohio over 20 years ago. Mike firmly believes yoga is healthcare. If we can keep the systems of our bodies aligned they will function properly and more efficiently. 

  • Morgen

    Morgen teaches sociology, gerontology, and social psychology at the university level. Her yoga journey began a year after undergoing spinal surgery in 2004. Completely in love with yoga and its philosophies, she completed a 200-hour hot yoga teacher certification in 2010, 200-hour vinyasa teacher certification in 2011, and 300-hour certification in yoga therapy in 2016. Morgen is a registered yoga teacher with special emphasis on serving nontraditional students - people with disabilities, LGBTQ+, elderly, trauma survivors, and those living with chronic pain and progressive conditions.

  • Mytchell

    In the early 1990’s, Mytchell Mead, living in Seattle, was cut loose from gainful employment in High Tech. From there he enjoyed a 5 year internship to a yoga scholar, teacher and recluse. Daily practice consisted of Asana, Pranayama, Sanskrit chanting, meditation and study of Sanskrit, the Yoga Sutras, and many other major yogic texts followed by hours of hard labor. Concurrent with all this, Mytchell accrued 4 lifetimes worth of sweat lodge credits as intern to 3 consecutive Native American Shaman. When he’d had enough, Mytchell sold all earthly possessions and set out to ride his bike around the world. He did not get far; from 2000 – 2002 he taught Yoga and Shamanism to the hippies who brought you Woodstock. In and around all this, he started a bicycle store (Free Range Cycles, Seattle, WA) got married, built some houses, founded the Institute for Conscious Culture, had kids and garnered a growing reputation as an artist. Google: www.mytchell.com, www.cascadeae.com/mytchell-mea...

  • Pam

    I discovered yoga in 2006 while working as federal law enforcement on the overnight shift and attending graduate school for acupuncture during the day; I noticed that on days when I went to yoga I was in a much better mood later at work and felt more rested than the days I didn't. As I learned more about the body through Chinese Medicine I saw how my own health vastly improved with the combination of yoga and acupuncture, and I determined to learn more so I could in turn help my clients. 

  • Roxanne

    My path in holistic healing started when I went to the Atlanta School of Massage and embarked in a journey of learning bodywork through both eastern and western modalities. I was introduced to meditation, breathing practices, body alignment and alternative approaches to health and well-being. It was the first time I really began to understand and start to experience the power of the body/mind connection and energy fields of the body. This was the first step in my journey of self-discovery.
    This journey has lead me to pursuing the things that I’m most passionate about. I love the mountains, ocean, hiking, walking, horseback riding, designing jewelry and exploring new creative outlets. My love of animals lead me to my first career of working in the veterinary field. Volunteering at rescue centers and adopting numerous dogs & cats throughout the years. My creative side loves designing jewelry. I currently make pieces that incorporate healing gemstones & crystals.
    I realized at a young age that I enjoy the diversity of living in new places, being a military brat. I lived most of my life near the ocean and wanted to experience what mountain life was like so my husband and I move to Colorado Springs in 2017.
    Living here so close to nature and the mountains has given me a sense of connection with my spirituality. Wanting to explore this more lead me to the YTT class at Yoga Studio Satya. This journey has transformed me thru the teachings of the eight limbs of yoga, chakras, Ayurveda, more in depth meditation practices and that the form of yoga can be performed by everyone. I am learning how to weave these teachings of yoking into all my life experiences.

  • Svetlana

    I have been practicing yoga for 10 years. It helps me develop strength , flexibility, balance along with creating an inner peace. A year ago I found the Yoga Satya Studio and feel blessed to have this place in my life with wonderful teachers, great energy, community spirit. At one point of my life I decided to become a yoga instructor to help people discover the amazing power of yoga. I want to inspire, support , and guide students . I want to help them to find strength, flexibility, and balance not only in their physical body , but in their life outside of the studio. I want to see my students healthier, happier, more confident, liberated from wrong believes and self doubts.Welcome to our studio!

  • Tammy

    My name is Tammy Liberato. I am a Colorado native, an avid hiker and genuinely enjoy being outside taking in the fresh Colorado air and sunshine. I am a military spouse of over 25 years and love the culinary arts. Nothing is more satisfying then sharing a home cooked meal with my family and friends and seeing them enjoy what I have created for them. Although I have been practicing Yoga for almost ten year’s I only discovered its joy and wellness three years ago after my mothers sudden passing. Yoga helped deal with my grief and has healed my body and spirit in numerous ways. I yearn for the emotional and physical peace it brings to my life. Yoga has helped me become a better me and I hope I can help others discover its joy and healing powers.

  • Therese

    Yoga found me about 8 years ago, and my first ever yoga class was HOT! Little did I know I would grow into loving heat, humidity and, even more, wanting to know why I was doing the postures in a specific sequence……………

  • Tracy

    Hi, I am Tracy Piparato. I am an experienced yoga teacher (E-RYT 200), Reiki Master practitioner, photographer, enthusiastic gardener, herbal apothecary (of sorts), and Civil Engineer. I began teaching yoga in 2014, and I currently lead a wide range of classes including: yin, restorative, gentle hatha, beginner's, children's, vinyasa and adaptive yoga. I am up-beat, encouraging and a bit silly at times. I truly believe that yoga should be accessible to all and I strive to ensure my students feel welcome in every class I teach. I have been a student of yoga for over 20 years, and each day I step on my mat or have the honor of guiding a yoga class, I realize there is always SO much more to learn. When I’m not on my mat, you’ll likely find me in the garden, enjoying nature, laughing wildly, or exploring the wonders of this world with my children.

Locations

Yoga Studio Satya Hours

We respect your time. All classes start on time and doors are locked when class is in session.

Primary Location

Monday:

8:30 - 11:30 AM

5:15 -7:30 PM

Tuesday:

8 - 11:30 AM

3:30 - 8:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:30 - 1:00 PM

3:30 - 8:00 PM

Thursday:

8 - 11:00 AM

3:30 - 8:00 PM

Friday:

8:30 - 1:00 PM

5 - 7:00 PM

Saturday:

8 -12 PM

Sunday:

8:30 -1:00 PM

3:30 - 7 PM