Prajna Yoga is nestled in the high desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Their programs include retreats, workshops and teacher trainings. Prajna Yoga offers prenatal yoga, Sanskrit studies, nutrition, chanting, yoga anatomy, therapeutic yoga and Buddhist meditation. Inspired by Ashtanga and Iyengar Yoga, Tias and Surya Little incorporate healing arts such as somatics, massage, cranial-sacral therapy, macrobiotics, sound healing, and aromatherapy. Tias & Surya teach public classes at Yoga Source in Santa Fe.
The Prajna Yoga symbol is the Knot of Eternity (sandhi naityam), it represents the inter-connectivity of all beings and the unity of life that includes all things. It is one of the eight symbols (ashtamangala) that expresses the wisdom of the Buddha’s teaching.
Suggested in this symbol is that there is no such thing as an isolated “I” or “me” apart from the weave of everything else. The key to this teaching is that the purpose of the path of yoga is not to get outside of or away from one’s relationships in the world. Suggested in the weave of the Eternal Knot is to participate more wholeheartedly in life.