Opened in Brisbane in 2004, Atma Yoga is an urban human community; a spiritual sanctuary in Brisbane’s commercial heart.
“Be the change you want to see in the world” – Gandhi
Our mission is to become the change we wish to see in the world, and serve others to help them do the same.
Yoga is a process of transformation. Living a yogic life and beginning that transformation is not easy, especially in today’s age. Without the support and encouragement of fellow travelers on the path, becoming a perfected yogi is a difficult and daunting task. But through collective endeavor, we make it easy.
Sitapati started practicing hatha yoga from Yogi Ramacharaka’s “Hatha Yoga – the Yogi Philosophy of Physical Well-being“. He studied with various teachers in New Zealand, and did a yoga teacher training course with Kate Pell in 2007. In 1998 he began studying Bhagavad-gita, and hasn’t stopped since. As well as teaching hatha yoga Sitapati is a multi-instrumentalist, and leads and participates in kirtan (mantra music), as well as travelling around Australia with visiting kirtan artists.
Linda combines her knowledge of Ashtanga yoga and Hatha yoga to bring you dynamic flow yoga classes that will leave you feeling physically energised, mentally relaxed and energetically cleansed. She offers a balanced approach to practicing yoga by incorporating pranayama, yoga asanas and meditation into her classes. Linda has steadily learned various forms of meditation, practising these for over 15 years and teaching for 8 years. She knows the value of pranayama and is keen to pass these practices on to her students. Linda is a qualified Reiki Master and Pranic Healer; she embeds these techniques in her classes to help students improve the health of their physical body and the vitality of their energy body.