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Yoga

"The Self in you is the same as the Self Universal. Whatever powers are manifested throughout the world, those powers exist in germ, in latency, in you. He, the Supreme, does not evolve. In Him there are no additions or subtractions. His portions, the Jivatmas, are as Himself, and they only unfold their powers in matter as conditions around them draw those powers forth. If you realize the unity of the Self amid the diversities of the
Not-Self, then Yoga will not seem an impossible thing to you."
~Annie Besant
Tailor yoga therapy to your individual spiritual and health needs. Yoga is a science of personal growth and represents a process though which one learns how to live life in the most integrated way.

If viewed at therapy level, yoga is a total science of Health and Healing. It offers an excellent training program for the purpose of maintaining health. Yoga comprises a wide range of mind and body practices, ranging from postural and breathing exercises to deep meditation and relaxation. Regular practice of Yoga daily (minimum 30 to 45 minutes), helps not only in developing a physical fitness but also, in preventing the occurrence of many health problems which invariably result from hectic pace of modern life style.

If viewed at spiritual level, yoga differ in method, nature and interpretation of  spiritual realization, but all these differences can be considered as creative variations of the basically same fundamental theme, which is designed to lift the individual out of his or her ordinary perception of the world, and help practitioner to achieve point without inner conflict and to live in harmony with the world.

The science of Yoga is divided into several branches. Among the best known and leading divisions are: Hatha Yoga; Raja Yoga; Karma Yoga; Jnana Yoga; Tantra Yoga; Bhakti Yoga.  Some branches and schools of Yoga are more religious, implying detailed ceremonies, temple worship, and religious sects; others are more focusing on personal renunciation and meditation.


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