Wellbeing for everyone, and no one gets left behind
Atma ( Sanskrit: आत्मा, आत्मन्) is a Sanskrit term that in the Vedanta tradition is regarded as your true essence, the very fabric of your soul. Human beings live not only unaware of their universal self, but also regard themselves as separate from all creation. As isolated entities, fear arises and takes a myriad of forms such as cravings, malice, division, confusion and anxiety. The supreme consciousness within us, the Atman, is the state of full awareness and freedom that overcomes dualities at all levels. Realizing the divine within oneself, the divine in others, and ultimately in all living beings, to be one and the same.
Oneness is our essence and the spirit of our shala. A space intentionally designed to inspire you to go deeper within yourself and realize the connection with others.
We are all one. Welcome to your practice. Welcome to your community. Welcome home.
Wellbeing for everyone, and no one gets left behind.
We were born to bring light into the world through ancient teachings and inspire health, happiness, and freedom for our community. A community that thrives through connection to the self. A uniquely balanced yoga and energy practice, serves as the path to get there. We believe that wellness comes from physical, mental and emotional awareness – and we want to help you find it. We exist as a collective. As such, we will support one another to inspire a more empowered, creative, and conscious way of living. At Ātma, everyone is welcome to explore their personal yoga practice and self-transformation process in a safe, inclusive and accepting space.
One of the best teachers in Mexico and precursor of Ashtanga in the country, he began practicing yoga in 1998 focusing exclusively on transmitting this teaching. Faithful to the Ashtanga technique, which he knows in depth, Amado makes it accessible to everyone. Internationally recognized for his experience, practice and discipline there is no one like him to transmit the yogic philosophy from start to finish.
Her search began in India, certifying herself in Ashtanga-Vinyasa, Yin Yoga and the ancient science of Ayurveda. She continued her exploration in Indonesia with the most renowned masters of this holistic science where she completed her training in Ayur-yoga. Finally, she discovered the secrets and benefits of pranayama and conscious breathing with Dr. Belisa Vranich in the United States.
He studied pedagogy and by chance experienced yoga in a permaculture retreat. He began to practice the Iyengar method. As of 2019 he shares Hatha Raja Yoga inspired by the teachings of Sri Dharma Mittra.
Practitioner and Teacher of Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa-Flow and Ashtanga for more than a decade, in 2010 she became a certified Yoga teacher in Rishikesh, India. She continued her education in Biodecoding managing to communicate great knowledge in her classes.
Alessandra began her path in 2013 in Brazil, finding healing and self-knowledge tools in the yoga practice. In 2019 after having lived in India, she began to share the teachings.
She found Ashtanga 6 years ago and in a short time she has mastered the most advanced series and postures, making her an exponent of this technique in Mexico; she took her certification in Mukta Yoga and has learned with legends like Lino Miele, Tim Miller and Baptiste Marceau, being her main teacher Amado Cavazos.
She learned Yoga at the Sivananda Ashram in Kerala, in 2014. Focusing on Bhakti yoga, she has been in charge of disseminating this path in Europe, Mexico. Alisa shares Yoga, mantras and the exploration of the voice and its effects on the body, mind and spirit, connecting with more subtle levels of perception.
In 2014 she met David Kyle, with whom she has studied and attended more than 500 hours of Rocket and Ashtanga Vinyasa. She is Level 3 certified in the Progressive Ashtanga Vinyasa system. In her classes you will find a combination of fun, creativity, discipline and concentration.
She has a practice of more than 17 years in Ashtanga and yet she travels continuously to the birthplace of Ashtanga, in India, to practice with her teacher, Sharat Jois. She integrates her knowledge of meditation, pranic healing, philosophy and mythology of India, in contemporary life.
She has studied yoga for 17 years in its various forms: physical, devotional, intellectual, mental and altruistic all over the world. He teaches various techniques from Ashtanga to restorative yoga and tantric practices.