Yoga… Way of life.
The word “YOGA” comes out from the Sanskrit root yuj which means “to join” or “to yoke”.
Yoga is a series of practices for the development of the body, mind and spirit.
Yoga through asanas realigns and rejuvenates the body, frees the mind from any negative thoughts and helps to find through realization our true self.
Yoga practice is for all people regardless of religious, faiths and back round.
Everybody can be a yogi even if you do not practice asanas. There are some ways to live a yogic life off the yoga mat, adopting some “rules” and changing your lifestyle.
• Get to know yourself, to understand who you really are, what your beliefs are and what you are fighting for.
• Be honest with yourself and the people around you, is an attitude you will adopt after understanding who you really are. Understanding compassion and love for yourself and the others will come immediately.
• Feel satisfied with what you have without feeling jealously for other’s belongings.
• Offer your help and your love to other people with no expectations. Accept other people as they are without trying to change them.
• Feel gratitude for every day, for every breath you take.
Yoga is the path that must be walked with patience, compassion and love to guide us finally to spiritual illumination.
A journey of theory and practice.
Is it a beautiful form of exercise and therapy that nurtures the whole being and keeps us fit. It can really help us transform our lives. By focusing on the asanas and pranayama, Transformational Hatha Yoga helps you to be more in tune with yourself, bringing peace to mind and sense of well being.
It is Yoga “for the joints and not for the muscles”, including passive postures mainly on the floor, where you are asked to stay and relax. A less popular style of Yoga in the west which targets the deepconnective tissues of the body. Yin Yoga is great compliment to other styles of Yoga and your own personal life.
It is a relaxing style of Yoga focusing on healing and nurturing the body. It is about slowing down and opening the body throughpassive stretching. Props like blocks, bolsters and blankets are used extensively to support your body so that you can hold poses for longer.
Prenatal Yoga is the best exercise for any pregnant woman. It is recommended by doctors and considered the safest exercise during pregnancy. Asanas in combination with deep relaxation allows the body to release tension and the mother to create a deeper connection with her growing baby.
Post Natal Yoga focuses on strengthening the pelvic floor muscles, re-
It is a helpful tool that can have a positive impact on children. There are many benefits of teaching Yoga to kids. like developing body awareness, building concentration, increasing confidence andmanaging stress.