ABOUT SAMAH WELLNESS
Samah seeks to show you, guide you and lay the personal foundations so that little by little you can build your own spiritual practice (Sadhana) and fully experience the benefits of having positive habits and practicing yoga.
The idea is that each person discovers their own inner teacher. In the beginning it is important that you learn to build beneficial habits and that you know the theory behind yoga. However, the most important thing is the practice, where you can experience personally and notice the changes that are happening both in your body and in your mind.
Samah is based on the premise that we are all individual beings and therefore we require personalized practices that allow us to build that origami with the figure that each person wants to be.
To achieve this, 4 basic tools are used:
- Meditate : Meditation and Philosophy
- Breathe : Pranayama and Kriyas
- Food : Conscious Eating
- Asanas: Postures and Relaxation
The combination of these tools helps each person develop and get to know themselves. Depending on your interests, the time you want to dedicate to it and the capacity for change you have, will be the results that you will be able to see in your construction of spiritual practice and finally in the construction of your life.
With all the love and with the desire to share, Samah decides to be born and start growing to get to know the fruits and flowers that are to come :)
Wishing it to be of great benefit to everyone who wants to join the Project and hoping to contribute to everyone's happiness.
My name is Sam Limón and since I was a child there was always something that attracted me to meditation, and as I grew up I became very interested in Buddhism. In University I learned the Vipassana meditation technique and in 2010 I decided to undertake a trip to India to continue with that search for techniques and awakenings that would fertilize that seed that was sown in my childhood.
In India I took a course on Buddhism at the Tushita Meditation Center and it was there that I learned about the practice of yoga. I fell in love and started my daily practice adding pranayama techniques and learning about both Hindu and Buddhist philosophy. I returned to Mexico and in 2012 I decided to take my first yoga certification in Puebla, concluding a year later to take the next level of certification. I continued with my studies in Buddhism and Yoga, until finally in March 2016, I decided to return to India to get certified as an instructor and complete my 200 hours with the Yoga Alliance in Rishikesh, a sacred place next to the Ganga River.
This is when I met Ayurveda and after being healed from many imbalances that I have had for many years, I decided to deepen my studies and combine it with my yoga teachings. And so I finished my studies in Shakti School and graduated as an Ayurvedic Wellness Coach which allowed me to offer Ayurveda Consultations to people who are interested in generating severe changes in their lives.
Although I am an architect by profession and always worked with sustainability and ecology, I decided to focus on Yoga and Ayurveda so I could contribute to people's lives to build new habits, understand about personal imbalances and above all, use practical ways to apply ancient wisdom into modern life. Ways to love myself, others and to contribute to the world with what each one can offer.
This is my offering :) Enjoy!