Founded in 1986 by Swami Satyaprakash and affiliated with IYFM, Satyananda Yoga Centre Birmingham serves Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced Yoga to the general public and specialist institutions throughout the West Midlands area. » More about our Centre

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Satyadhara (Caroline Pritchard)
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Caroline/Satyadhara has been studying yoga since her teens and practising Satyananda Yoga since the early 1990s. She studied with the Bihar School Of Yoga and Satyananda Yoga Centres UK and Eire, both accredited by the British Wheel of Yoga and has been teaching in Coventry since 2011. She set up Yogic Life in Earlsdon four years ago. She was a student of Swami Satyaprakash in Birmingham for 12 years, has been a teacher member of the British Wheel of Yoga for nine years, is a friend of the Satyananda Yoga Centre in Birmingham and is currently editor of Yoga Voices, the British Wheel’s regional magazine for the West Midlands. Caroline/Satyadhara studied the British Wheel of Yoga’s Cancer module with Julie Friedeberger/Priya Shakti in 2016 and now runs yoga classes for people living with cancer at the Arden Centre at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. She teaches eight classes each week (beginners and continuers level) in Earlsdon, Coventry. She also works with people with dementia and occasionally works on a one-to-one basis with people who aren't ready or able to join a group class.  Satyananda Yoga is integral and awareness-based yoga which harmonises and balances all aspects of the being - body, mind, breath, emotions, psyche and spirit.

The Bihar School of Yoga in Northern India  was founded in 1964 by Sri Swami Satyananda Saraswati to impart yogic training to householders and sannyasins alike.  The Yoga techniques developed there are a synthesis of many approaches to personal development, based on traditional vedantic, tantric and yogic teachings in conjunction with contemporary physical and mental health sciences.