Highly experienced and qualified teachers
Satya Loka gives great gratitude to all the inspiring masters and teachers that have directly shared their wisdom and love. Their common influence has been to teach the realization that all life, masculine and feminine, and in all of its diverse forms, is indivisibly one. We are honoured to share these teachings as authentically as possible because our hearts are called to do this.
Ra Lalita Dasi
Meet the founder of Satya Loka school, she is also the lead trainer and facilitator for Satya Loka’s teacher training courses and ongoing support and mentoring services.
Radasi breaths, studies, teaches and loves her deepest passion, and that is to live a life immersed in Yoga, meditation, Tantra, dance, devotion and ritual. Her earlier years set foundations to truly value life and from being a child there was always an inner calling to explore the more esoteric aspect to existence. She was introduced to Yoga twenty years ago while she was studying an Advanced Diploma in holistic counseling therapy. Since then she developed as a counseling therapist, a children’s teacher, Reiki-‘master’, and a teacher and facilitator of Yoga, Traditional Tantra, Sacred Dance and Hridaya meditation.
She has over 5000 hours in training and during a five year period she participated and later coordinated ten day silent mediation retreats in Hridaya Yoga, the Path of the Heart which is inspired by Advaita Vedanta, Sufism, and Kashmir Shaivism, this led her to studying Hridaya’s first 500 hour Meditation & Hatha Yoga teacher training course. These retreats and trainings allowed her to directly experience a deep sense of inner silence and peace that lies beneath the fluctuations of the human mind. With her heart centred practice and the ever growing wisdom of balancing her own female and inner male energies her life is devoted to experience greater union and a recognition of the stillness that lies at the core of our being.
Radasi also attended a 200 hour teacher training course in Mystical dance and assisted the 2012 dance teacher training course, these experiences allowed her to go deeper into the sublime expression of sacred femininity and she now teaches Sacred dance and Women’s Yoga teacher trainings, empowering women to connect with the beauty and power of their essence. In recent years she co founded Yogini Devi, a Yoga teacher training school that was specially designed for women. The development and success of this project and the trainings offered, prepared the foundation for the development of Satya Loka school, to teach the unique and authentic teachings of Yoga and Tantra to both men and women. Overall, Radasi has more than 15 years experience teaching Tantra & Yoga and has studied for 10 years to be a teacher trainer. Alongside this, her personal practice spans nearly 25 years.
She gives great gratitude to all of her past teachers, and to those who she has direct contact with in this present time, Guruji Maharaj, Sri Prem Baba and Sahajananada. She has also been guided by Amma and Sri Mooji as well as renowned shamans and spiritual teachers of this time. She feels a deep commitment to sharing traditional teachings to help others to recognise their true nature and to experience the beauty of life.
At this time in her life she is closely connected to the direct guidance and Traditional Tantric teachings of Guruji Maharaj. She visits his home and temple a number of times each year to live directly in his presence and receives different Sadhanas (spiritual practices) to learn how to embody and further teach a tradition of Tantra that has kept its authenticity and ancient practices.
During her life she has lived in spiritual communities and ashrams including various yoga communities, a women’s community in Avalon, and the Kriya yoga Ashram, to which she feels deeply connected to their linage master Sri Avatara Babaji. She spends each year travelling, teaching and living between India, Greece and Europe, offering courses and various workshops, retreats and classes. She offers on going support to the participants and teachers that receive teachings Satya Loka school, and also offers personal tuition.
When Radasi is not teaching she likes to spend time with her nieces and nephews and visits sacred sites through pilgrimages, she attends silent retreats and Satsang, and practices daily Sadhana (personal spiritual practice), which all support to enhance her service and the overall spiritual awakening.
“Radasi embodies herself. This isn’t just her way of making a living, it IS her living. She teaches from doing not because she reads a lot but that her experiences put many of the philosophical questions into a real world, applicable context. Sharing how to actually create a life on this path rather than teaching out of a book.
She is one of the most powerful and inspiring teachers that I have ever had. It is much more than teaching yoga, it’s about embodying the teachings and finding your voice. She cultivates a space in which all of this can happen in just weeks.”
Kyle Estep, USA, Austrian Alps TTC 2018
“I’m very touched and grateful to have been in Radasi’s presence. It’s been transformative for me to experience Radasi’s human-ness and grace, which comes through all she does because she really walks the path and embodies the teachings fully.”
Jenna Browning, USA, Austrian Alps TTC 2018
From the early age of seventeen, Yorgos began meditating, pursuing spiritual efforts and deepening his studies in Orthodox mysticism and gnostic Christianity. On the path of awareness he has always been interested in direct experiencing and understanding the inner life than perusing through intellect and reading. These early years in spirituality initiated Yorgos into practices that involved kriyas, yoga nidra and yogic methods similar to those of Raja Yoga, where he devoted much of his leisure time to meditation. At the same time he lived an ‘ordinary life’ with family commitments and business activities, which has given him personal experience and insight into the life and pressures of the modern human being.
In recent years he was initiated into to the Kriya Yoga lineage and practices, which complimented and deepened his previous experiences. Now Yorgos is connected to the traditional right hand tantra path through Guruji Maharaj. It was at Guruji’s ashram that Yorgos met his wife Radasi, that same year they were both initiated to hold the teachings of Sharabh Tantra Yoga , a system of yoga that has been transmitted to them through the Bhairavanand tantra lineage.
He is presently teaching meditation and yoga nidra in Thessaloniki and on teacher trainings, he teaches in a practical and simple way, and as a result of integrating eastern and western meditation techniques he supports students to embody the essence of a meditative state internally and whilst in action.
Yorgos and Radasi, both dedicated in practise and spiritual life together are presently creating an ashram in Northern Greece, as a meditation centre, a place of sanctuary and personal development in the science of consciousness and energy.
Rory began practicing Yoga in 1998 primarily for its healing benefits and to aid recovery from sporting injuries. He continued his personal practice until early 2008, whereupon he successfully completed a Level 2 teacher training course at Agama on Koh Phangan, Thailand. Since then he has taught Yoga full time in Scotland, London, India, Bali and Thailand.
For the last 5 years Rory has been focusing his energies on facilitating and running Yoga Teacher Training courses (Ashatanga Vinyasa style) and has taught in over a dozen Level 1 and Level 2 YTT’s for both Tribe Yoga and Agama Yoga. He has also successfully run many retreats, workshops and immersion courses teaching aspects of the Yoga system that truly make his and others hearts sing. This has given Rory solid experience in teaching students of varying experience in a wonderful array of environments from teacher training courses to Scottish prisons!
His knowledge of Hatha, Ashtanga, Anataomy, Tantra, Kundalini Yoga, Yin Yoga and Advaita Vedanta has been deepened by the guidance and study with many teachers namely Swami Vivekananda Saraswati (Agama Yoga), Reinhard Gammenthaller (Kundalini Yoga Parampara), Sahajananda (Hridaya Yoga), Sri V.Sheshadri (Patanjala Ashtanga Vinyasa) Leslie Kaminoff (Yoga Anatomy NYC) and Paul Grilley (Yin Yoga). His experience of these many disciplines from asana to meditation to anatomy and philosophy has evolved through self discipline, practice and continued aspiration.
Rory has proven himself to be a dedicated, popular Yoga teacher, his warm and relaxed character coupled with his continued personal development within Yoga ensures that the quality of the teachings he passes on will go from strength to strength.
Sean Goldberg’s teaching style is based on a deep understanding of Yoga anatomy, Yoga physiology and traditional Hatha Yoga. Sean has taught on yoga trainings for various schools all over the world, including Mexico, Thailand, Brazil, Bali and Australia. He is a registered physiotherapist in Australia and continues to work and treat cliental there. Sean regularly teaches meditation courses, workshops and retreats for people that suffer from chronic pain, anxiety, depression and insomnia.
Sean has spent his whole life working at integrating Eastern and Western philosophies to find a balanced view of the world and its mysteries. He spent the majority of 5 years studying, practicing and then teaching Yoga in Thailand in a tantric Yoga school. He went on to do his 500 hour Yoga and meditation YTT with an intense focus on silent retreats and an energetic form of Hatha Yoga. Since then he has spent the majority of 6 years between India, studying self awareness under the guidance of Sri Prem Baba and teaching on YTT’s in Bali.