Mukti is a sanskrit word meaning "inner liberation." It is often heard in the phrase Jivamukti, which means "one who is liberated," and is also a term for a common style of yoga. Both Jivamukti Yoga and Mukti Yoga are forms of Hatha Yoga, but that is where the difference ends.
Mukti Yoga is a style developed and refined by Julie Rader. It carries notes of the Vinyasa Flow style of the West, but, in homage to Julie's rich training with Swami Janakananda and Swami Satyananda, goes well beyond the popular "power Vinyasa yoga" style.
Mukti Yoga is:
Mukti Yoga Teacher Training School is a 200/500 hour Yoga Alliance approved, Registered Yoga School. Mukti Yoga Teacher Training School was established in 2004 by Julie Rader. Since that time, the school has certified hundreds of teachers who continue to be the top instructors in their area.
Visit our Mukti Yoga Teacher Training School page here.
Founder Julie Rader leads an experienced, caring team of senior Mukti teachers who enhance each yogi's experience with dedication and wisdom. All Mukti Yoga staff is trained not only to practice physical yoga, but also to "live yoga," acting out in service, compassion and concern for all.
Visit the Mukti Yoga Senior Staff page here.