Yoga is a full lifestyle system based on ancient philosophies which stand up to scientific scrutiny. Learn what you need in order to live your yoga as a daily experience.
Yoga is much more than physical poses. The ultimate goal of yoga is self-liberation or moksha. Study of yoga philosophy gives the context of this practice. The main text we will use here is Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra and Bhagavad Giti. The physical benefits are the side effects of finding union in body, mind and spirit and bridging all disconnections within and without. To practice physical asana without the study of yoga philosophy is just that – an asana practice but not a yoga practice.
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