Yoga Is Our Direct Participation In Life Itself
In yoga practice we concentrate on the BREATH, the BODY and the MIND. Our senses are included as part of the mind. Although it theoretically appears possible for breath, body and mind to work independently of one another, the purpose of yoga is to
unite their actions and bring harmony to all three.
Today, It is primarily the physical aspect of the practice that people associate wtih yoga. People rarely notice how they breathe, or how the breath influences movement of the body and movement of the mind.
Our AWARENESS of our BREATH and its influence on the
Body and Mind is the Foundation of a sincere yoga practice.
The principles we teach from are ages old, developed by many generations of great yoga teachers. These principles describe in detail the breath and the asanas and, how they relate to each other.
When these principles are included in the yoga practices you do, then your practice will truly become entirely your own:
efficient, powerful and safe.
Discover how to make your yoga become your direct participation in the Power and Peace that is Life itself.