Latest EVENTS bulletin24-Jan-2017

Ongoing SYTA Networking Opportunities Havan and Kirtan: New South Wales Armidale Yoga Check for v..

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Notices and ongoing events

Havan and Kirtan - Victoria Point, Bayside, QLD03-Dec-2016

monthly 4.30pm to 6pm email for details E: T: 07 3207 7366..

Teaching Yoga for Addictions & Recovery10-Mar-2016

Online course - SYTA Website 4CPD points link on SYTA Members page..

Havan and Kirtan - Armidale08-Mar-2016

1st Saturday of month Armidale Yoga 4.00 to 6.00pm Check for venue details E: armidaleyoga@gmail...

Havan and Kirtan - Dundurrabin (Dorrigo) 08-Mar-2016

2nd Saturday of month Shakti Darshan 2.30 to 4.30pm 0448 87 9642 or 02 6657..

Havan and Kirtan - Urunga/Bellingen/Coffs08-Mar-2016

last Saturday of month 4.45 to 7pm or 8.30pm Chaitanya / Andrew / Usha

Mahamritunjaya & Kirtan - Mt Lawley, WA08-Mar-2016

Restarting February 2017 2nd Saturday of month 5.30 to 8.15pm 0419 872 715..

Mahamrityunjaya & Kirtan - Aldgate, SA08-Mar-2016

Saturdays 11.30 to 1.30pm 08 8339 8443..

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Welcome to SYTA

SYTA is a professional association of yoga teachers which supports its members in Australia to teach yoga in the Satyananda system of yoga, maintaining high professional and ethical standards.

The site provides a directory of SYTA full member teachers who teach in the Satyananda system of yoga as well as information for members & others.

More information about SYTA.

SYTA members offer yoga classes in over 150 locations every week. These include general classes that cater to all levels of ability as well as specialised areas like prenatal and corporate yoga, yoga for cancer and yoga for addictions.   Some SYTA members also provide workshops on various aspects of yoga and may be contacted via email - see listing of these teachers.


Satyananda Yoga was developed by Swami Satyananda Saraswati based on traditional yoga practices adapted to suit our modern lifestyle.  It encompasses many forms of yoga including Bhakti, Hatha, Karma, Jnana, Mantra, Raja,and can be tailored to suit the individual needs of the student.

Satyananda Yoga is a systematic approach that incorporates awareness of all aspects of one's being, using postures to stretch, tone & relax the physical body,  breathing practices to balance the energy in the body, meditation to calm and focus the mind and deep relaxation (yoga nidra) to reduce stress, promote healing and create a sense of well-being. A range of practices and postures suitable for beginners to the more experienced is available within Satyananda Yoga and  there is a strong emphasis on yogic lifestyle as a means of creating a more balanced and enriched life.