Santosha Yoga began in 2005 by yoga teacher Andrea Kwiatkowski .

Santosha Yoga began in 2005 by yoga teacher Andrea Kwiatkowski .

The word Santosha is an ancient word in Sanskrit meaning contentment.

Santosha Yoga is committed to providing the physical, mental and spiritual tools for well-being for all. Our mission is to inspire, connect, educate and inter-relate ancient philosophy with yoga in the world around us. Yoga asks –

How can we live a simple life which brings us an understanding of contentment?

How can we be satisfied  and contented in this modern, busy world, with it’s pressures and strains?

Yoga  teachers us to look at our life through a different lens  . The yogis nature  is  to look deeper into things, to go to the root, to explore our unhappiness and to find a place of contentment within. To be conscious means to be aware at all times of how we are and who we are.

Santosha Yoga is dedicated to those living a more conscious and compassionate life so a percentage of profits from fundraising/ workshops/classes and special events posted  continue to support charities and other causes that include:

Sue Ryder Hospice – a local hospice in Peterborough Cambridgeshire

R.S.P.C.A – an animal charity in the UK

The Dogs Trust – sponsoring 3 dogs at various kennels in the UK

P.E.T.A – a charity that works to provide education and welfare for all animals

Sponsor A Puppy –

Ovacome– a cancer charity for women

As well as various other charities that include fund-raising  for –

Azahar – a yoga foundation set up by Yogaswari  a senior Jivamukti teacher to teach yoga to war torn countries such as Cambodia

Everytime you support a Santosha Yoga event, workshop, you will be making a difference to these causes.

“the best thing you can do for your own happiness is to do all your can to make someone else happy” – Sharon Gannon

Lokah Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu – May all beings be happy and free!!!!