Ashtanga is a Sanskrit word which is a combination of two different words ‘Ashta’ and ‘Anga’. ‘Ashta’ means the number 8 and ‘Anga’ means limbs. So, the literal meaning of Ashtanga is Eight-limbed yoga. “Samskara saksat karanat purvajati jnanam. Through sustained focus and meditation on our patterns, habits, and conditioning, we gain knowledge and understanding
If you’re someone who has directly benefited from the physical and mental gains offered by yoga, the thought of helping others with the same must have definitely crossed your mind at some point. The increasing rate at which yoga practitioners are becoming certified yoga teachers is a testimony to the fact that there’s a growing
Your book of life has only two pages so as to your ‘living’: what you collect from outside and what you add from your side. As the world enjoys a universal geometry so with your participation and engagement with the world. When you act in the world your conscience by default enjoys an ethical geometry.
10 Inspirational Quotes For Yoga Students Seeking A Spiritual Path When one first discovers yoga, what they are truly discovering is a path to themselves and God. While the West has mostly interpreted yoga as a physical practice through asanas that allows more flexibility, the true essence of yoga has always been a practice that
The Art of Yoga Breathing Yoga breathing,or Pranayama,is the science of Prana (vital energy) which is the source of all life in all living beings in this universe. It consists of a series of breathing exercises especially intended to meet the body’s needs and keep it in vibrant health. Other than for increasing vital reserves