the tradition of yoga is ever-evolving
yoga is a tool for exploring the depths of human nature. It is based on personal practice and experience rather than adherence to a particular set of beliefs. Yoga, means ‘union’ in Sanskrit, unity of mind, body and all within the universe.
with it’s roots from India, Yoga is thousands of years old yet it’s ancient principles are confirmed by modern science which attests that every existing substance can be reduced to a pattern or form of energy that interacts and inter-connects with other forms. Matter and Energy are essentially one. Thus, the science of Yoga realizes that all systems in the body works in union to create health. If one system is off balance the whole is affected.
It is popular nowadays to categorise Yoga into a lots of different styles, and it is easy to be confused by what is on offer, but one must remember, that there is only one Yoga and these styles on offer simply reflect the various ways in which to access and embody Yoga. Different people may tend towards a different style but the ultimate destination is the same.
Regardless of which Yogic ‘style’ or practice is followed, the intention is to generate wisdom for living daily life, to enhance awareness and to be present and mindful in thought and action amidst our life’s challenges, obstacles and realities.
Yoga is accessible for all, no matter how flexible, strong or fit (or not!) that you perceive yourself to be. Yoga talks to the artist, the scientist and the philosopher within us all. Through consciously letting go of habitual holding patterns, you not only change your physiology but also your mental attitude for the better, evoking your own radiate energy and transforming more and more into your true self.
Take things moment-to-moment and breath-to-breath. Through the movement meditation that we call yoga, the soul begins to dance. Open up to infinite potential, connect to what inspires you, what you are passionate about and what you live for.
“Yoga is an Art, Science and Philosophy”