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yo·ga

ˈyōɡə/

noun

A Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practiced for health and relaxation.

What Is Yoga?

 

Yoga is transformation. Energy and matter are a part of a single spectrum just as particles and waves are a part of a field. Shiva Lord of the Dance represents both the Destroyer and Restorer. Nataraj serves as the patron god of yoga and is recognized as the source of the cosmic dance that created the universe in its endless rhythmic cycles.

 

Yoga is an ancient system from India. This system includes asanas that help you to become healthier, balanced and can create the opportunity to enter deep states of meditation. The yogic system helps you become flexible, release tension, and burn toxins so that you can experience peace, calmness, relaxation, and clarity.

 

Derived from the Sanskrit word yuj, Yoga means union of the individual consciousness or soul with the Universal Consciousness or Spirit. Yoga is a 5000-year-old Indian body of knowledge. Though many think of yoga only as a physical exercise where people twist, turn, stretch, and breathe in the most complex ways, these are actually only the most superficial aspect of this profound science of unfolding the infinite potentials of the human mind and soul.

 

 

 


 

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