You are and have always been free.
Yoga is neither a serious activity, nor a difficult one. You do not have to stand on your head to make sense of the world inside, or outside, you. You do not have to stretch your muscles into oblivion to make sure you never break. You do not have to hold your breath until you pass out. You do not have to concentrate until your head seems ready to burst.
Yoga is an easy and joyful way of finding a lasting connection with your body, breath, energy, and consciousness. It is about listening to your body. It is about being aware of your breath. It is about figuring out your own mind. It is about stretching your ideas about yourself. It is about finding balance between your resources, desires and energy. It is about expanding your consciousness. It is about realizing the bliss that is your birthright. There is no reason you cannot practice Yoga.
Samaana means "together" and "balance". Join us on this journey of finding balance between the world inside us and the world outside us.
SAMAANA - Yoga for Everybody is a Vinyasa Yoga module designed to access the layers of the human existence through Asanas, in harmony with breath and awareness.
No matter who you are, what you do, or what state you are in, you can practice SAMAANA and start your journey.
Discover your Body.
Unlock your Strength.
Spandan means "throbbing" and "energy". Join us on the journey to experiencing the energy within and without us and unlocking its secrets.
Spandan - Yoga for Vitality is a Hatha Yoga module designed to access the energy that is the source of all manifestation and motion. The module focuses on Prana and Pranayamas along with rhythmic Asana flows.
The time and work we are allotted is not in our control. The energy we have is.
Discover your Breath.
Unlock your Energy.
WORDS by ARNAVH
YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI
Texts like Patanjali's Yoga Sutras have enlightened paths for many a wanderer. Open to interpretation, these texts offer unmatched depth to perspective and life (and Death) itself.
HATHA YOGA PRADIPIKA
Hatha Pradipika is one of the classical texts describing in detail the various components of Hatha Yoga. Read now to learn about the asana, pranayama and other techniques of Yoga given in this text along with their benefits.
The Yogic texts are layered with meaning. The texts use a lot of terms that we do not understand and cannot find the meaning of. Therefore, we have created a complete list of words with precise meaning of each and every term we could possibly find with the slightest relation to Yoga.
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