Seva-Yoga, LLC

Seva-Yoga, LLC

5.0 (3)
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1 employee
13 years in business

About this pro

Seva-Yoga is a small (10-12 students) fully stocked private home studio in Ball Ground, GA.  Sami began teaching in July 2008 and is a 200 hr E-RYT, 300 hr RYT, YACEP Certified Instructor thru Yoga Alliance.  Her specialties include Hatha & Yin Yoga, Zen Meditation, Thai Assisted Yoga (Bodywork), Sound Bath Meditations, Mindful Resilience for Veterans and Recovery.  She is also certified in KAY (Kidding Around Yoga) for Kids and Galloping Yoga for the equestrian community.

Beginner/Level 1 - Monday at 6:15 pm

All Level Hatha Yoga (or Yin) -  Tue & Thur at 6:15 (1st Tues, 3rd Thur, and 4th Monday of the month is Yin).   @nd Wednesday are "Event" Classes that include Yin and some other specialty, they run approximately 2 hrs and are $20.

Private lessons are available M/T/Th from 4:45 to 5:45 pm (or 5 to 6pm) at $35-$45/hr.  Please feel free to text Sami during the day (she works full time) at 916-214-6535 if you would like more information!  Our FaceBook pgae is Seva-Yoga - Yoga for Every Body.

Special Periodic Group Offerings  (privates can be scheduled)

Intro to Meditation

Beginner Hatha Yoga 3 wk Series

Sound Bath Meditations

Thai Assisted Yoga (Bodywork)

There’s something within all of us, that wants to help, inspire and serve other people in some way. I believe in the transformative, healing, rejuvenating, restorative and uplifting qualities of yoga & meditation, and want to encourage others to find strength and peace through their practice.  As a teacher, I love acknowledging and seeing the light radiating from within people as they move and breath and connect within themselves.

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Ball Ground, GA 30107
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3 Reviews


  • Kelly Jackson

  • Christy Kline

    Sami teaches yoga to you at what ever level you are starting from--many who come are first time students. From the very beginner to the experienced, she welcomes you to her class and makes you feel welcome. I have been taking classes from her since 2014 and still look forward to each class. There are so many aspects of her class that are wonderful besides the instruction that keeps everyone coming back.....her true love of yoga, her wonderful guided relaxation with sound baths, classes where all levels can practice together with no judgement or competition, and her true loving spirit that wants all her students to benefit from her knowledge. If you are anywhere near our area, it is definitely worth trying one of her classes. I bet you won't be disappointed.

  • B. Alexander

    Sami is one of the kindest souls I've ever met and an awesome teacher! It's not just a 'yoga class' , it's a yoga experience...


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I like to encourage at least one or two private lessons before joining one of the group classes if the student has little or no prior yoga experience.  I will explain basic breathing techniques and ranges of spinal motion; introduce basic asana (poses) and alignment cues they will encounter in many yoga classes; and discuss the value of a regular practice.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

200 Hour Certification from Sierra Center for Yoga Studies

300 Hour Certification from Etowah Valley Yoga 

80 Hours of Yin Yoga Teacher Training 

Certifications in Galloping Yoga (Equestrian Yoga); Mindful Resilience for Veteran's; KAY (Kidding Around Yoga) for Kids; Thai Assisted Yoga Bodywork; Sacred Sound (Sound Bath Meditations & Therapy)

I offer Introduction to Meditation periodically and focus on traditional Zazen Meditation techniques.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$11 drop in (check with studio for availability)

$45 5 class pass good for 2 months

Private hourly rate $35 to $45 depending on content.

How did you get started teaching?

Yoga, changed my life and yet in my immediate area it was not an affordable option for me to practice regularaly.  My teacher recognized this and suggested I take her Yoga Teacher Training classes as a way to deepen my practice... I did this in 2008 and decided that I would make it my goal to offer affordable yoga, so it could be accessible to more people!

What types of students have you worked with?

My students have ranged from age 4 to age 75.  My current classes are generally people between 35 and 70 who seek to strengthen their bodies (of all shapes, sizes and abilities) while queiting their minds. Seeking the Divine true self within. We are a welcoming group and consider ourselves a Kula (small community of loving friends) ecouraging each other to always celebrate what our bodies and minds can accomplish on any given journey to our mat.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Introduction to Meditation

I love teaching these classes and intrducing people to a variety of meditation techniques, with a focus on traditional Zazen meditation.