Who's On The Mat
From The Heart
A friend gave me the Manduka Black Mat Pro about 8 years ago, and it has been my favorite mat ever since. My Manduka supports my practice from the ground-up, which gives me the freedom to soar to new heights each time I place my feet at the top of my mat. My Manduka mat holds the energy of my devotion, love, commitment, and every daily discovery from my practice. There is no other mat out there that offers the same kind of support. I love my Manduka!
Sat Inder Singh
St. Louis, MO
Why Manduka?: I love that the proof is in the practice. Just like my first guru used to say, practice, practice, practice and all is coming!
What does your Manduka help you #practice?: My Manduka helps me stick a pose, no slippage at all, love it!!!
Yoga Style: Kundalini
Practice with me here: Southtown Yoga
Sat Inder Singh’s journey into yoga began in 1999 at the Solar Yoga Center. Shortly after, he discovered Ashtanga and fell in love with it. As a dedicated practitioner, Sat Inder made his way into the 3rd series before an encounter with Anusara teacher Mitchel Bleier switched his focus. He began studying with local affiliate teacher, Jan Herzog, and later senior certified Anusara teacher, Desiree Rumbaugh. Also, in 2000, Sat Inder began the study of Kundalini yoga with a tape from Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa and continues his study of this energy-moving yoga with local KRI-certified teacher, Nancy Lewis.
Sat Inder, formerly know as Keith Mitchell, has recently embraced the spiritual name granted him by the 3HO organization. Sat Inder Singh, which means the lion of god who lives in truth and divine consciousness, will now be his legal name rather than Keith Mitchell. Sat Inder's classes offer the richness and depth of the yogic teachings, and strike the perfect balance between alignment and flow. He is inspired by his comprehensive background in Ashtanga and Anusara studies, his transformational experiences with Kundalini yoga, as well as studies with Shiva Rea and Saul David Raye. Through his unique style and sense of humor, Sat Inder challenges his students to grow deeper in self awareness and physical practice.