Yoga is a way of life; it is a system of education for the body, mind, and soul. The art of Yoga was created and practiced in ancient India, thousands of years ago, and due to its universal truths, it is a timeless value. Yoga may be practiced by anyone disregarding race religion, sex, age, culture…it is for the wellbeing of all humans!
Yoga philosophy states that the physical body is just a vehicle for the soul. To practice the thousands of techniques means to break through the layers of the physical, astral, and causal body limitations. When one achieves such a state, the cosmic energy and the soul mingle and become one, also known as enlightenment. The path of yoga is a life long journey that will bring everyone who uses its powers, joy and happiness in all aspects of their lives!
Over the centuries, four different paths of Yoga (Karma, Jnana, Bhakti, and Raja) have developed. Karma Yoga is the path of selfless service, with which the mind is most quickly purified, while Jnana Yoga is a more philosophical and intellectual approach to spirirutal progress. Bhakti Yoga teaches techniques of sublimation of the emotions for eternal bliss. Raja Yoga is the path to uncovering the vast sea of cosmic energy which lies underneath of the mind. This is achieved through right conduct, a healthy body, and steady posture, breath regulation, and withdrawal of the senses. The techniques and postures which will be shown, all fall into the vast category of Raja Yoga, which is more popular among today's modern perspective of this field. You may have heard of Hatha Yoga, which is actually a form of Raja Yoga that emphasizes asanas (postures) and pranayama (breath control).


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