Meet Blair

“Awareness is the greatest agent for change.”

Eckhart Tolle

About Blair

After years of my depression, anxiety, and addictions took their toll on me, my life shifted in a new direction. The shedding of long-held addictions and deep-rooted trauma was a gradual process. Through persistence in trial and error, slowly I started healing. 

I found many answers with one always resurfacing; the road to recovery is not a one-size-fits-all approach.

I created Satori Way because it is the answer I continue to seek on my journey. An up-to-date resource of people consistently working toward daily healing and conscious living.

The Satori Way

We honor an individualized approach. Holistic coping skills that rewire our brains in the direction of self-freedom.

On a personal level—  humor, gratitude, and creative expression are top priorities in my life. I am a pretty low-key individual who loves the coast. I call San Diego home and live with my sweet dog and partner. 

I’m so happy you found us and hope you decide to stick around!

Blair Martinez

Founder of Satori Way

What Satori Means

Satori is a Japanese term in Zen Buddhism. It means having a pure experience in which the true nature of one’s being is known directly. Carl Jung describes the enlightenment experience of satori as the “unsurpassed transformation to wholeness”.

The Satori Foundation

The course is full of tools, techniques, and practices to begin integrating those that resonate on an individual level without self-judgment. The Satori Foundation is a guide to key teachings of recovery and therapies through a self-guided course and live group calls.

The course takes on the approach of integration. Removing the rule-based construct that governs much of society’s shame-driven behavior allows for a more subjective, self-empowering experience.

“Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise. Seek what they sought”

Matsuo Basho