Sattva Meditation Technique
The Sattva Yoga Meditation technique is a unique, mantra-based ancient style of meditation that has been passed down through the Babji Lineage of Northern India and the Himalayas. It includes pranayama, Kriya, and bija mantra. The technique is simple and extremely effective when practiced 20-30 minutes daily. With consistent practice, this technique will change your life, in not just one way, but in ALL aspects of your life as you know it. Our technique balances the brain, opens the energy currents in the spine, and creates a stable, grounded, yet expansive energetic field! We will work together to assure the technique is suitable to your needs.
This meditation technique is passed down from guru to student, as has been done for hundreds of years. To teach it to others, as Mollie does, one must travel to the source to learn and practice the technique and the initiation process. This is done with care and reverence to keep the integrity of the ancient technology intact overall time.
Mollie Busby is a driven entrepreneur with the spirit of a summer camp counselor and a kind, midwestern smile. Mollie is a seasoned yoga and meditation teacher and off-grid home builder with her husband, Sean. Although the pair now calls Alaska their home, they have deep roots in the Flathead Valley, and Mollie commutes back to Montana and Wisconsin to manage her two yoga studios.
Wherever they are, the Busbys choose to live close to the land off-the-grid and pursue their life’s work. The pair started Riding On Insulin, which Mollie ran as Executive Director for 7 years, until Sean took over in 2017. It was then that Mollie shifted much of her focus to Yoga Hive, and now, to Yoga Hive Studios, taking the brand beyond Montana. Yoga Hive is known for its inviting vibe, friendly instructors, and willingness to show anyone that yoga is for everybody and every body.
Regardless of the method, Mollie sees her purpose on this planet as cultivating community in small groups of women — whether in a yoga retreat setting in the mountains or Alaska or Montana, or during the Yoga Teacher Trainings she runs in Montana, Colorado, Wisconsin and beyond.