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“Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and soul to it” 


Yoga is an ancient art based on an extremely subtle science, one of the body, mind, and soul. The prolonged practice of yoga will, in time lead the student to a sense of peace and a feeling of being at one with his or her environment. 

Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root yuj, which means "to join" or "to yoke;" the related meaning is "to focus attention on" or "to use." In philosophical terms, yoga is the union of the individual spirit with that of the universal spirit. This abstract concept can be difficult to grasp, so we often say yoga is the union of body, mind and soul.

 Most people know that the practice of yoga makes the body strong and flexible.Yoga also brings emotional stability and clarity of mind, but that is only the beginning of the journey to samadhi, supreme bliss, which is the ultimate aim of yoga.


  • Improves flexibility

  • Builds muscle strength

  • Perfects your posture

  • Prevents cartilage and joint breakdown

  • Protects your spine

  • Betters your bone health

  • Increases your blood flow

  • Drains your lymphs and boosts immunity

  • Increases your heartrate

  • Reduces blood pressure

  • Regulates the adrenal glands

  • Improves mood

  • Inspires a healthier lifestyle

  • Lowers blood sugar

  • Improves focus

  • Improves balance

  • Maintains nervous system

  • Releases tension

  • Improves sleep

What's Included

  • Practices to create strength and flexibility in the body

  • Practices to cultivate resilience and peace of mind

  • Pathway to discover inner self, where true peace resides


  • Bhakti Yoga -  the path of devotion, emotion, love, compassion, and service to God and others. All actions are done in the context of remembering the Divine

  • Karma Yoga-  the path of action, service to others, mindfulness, and remembering the levels of our being while fulfilling our actions or karma in the world.

  • Jnana Yoga - the path of knowledge, wisdom, introspection and contemplation. It involves deep exploration of the nature our being by systematically exploring and setting aside false identities.

  • Raja Yoga - the path of the mind and meditation. is a comprehensive method that emphasizes meditation, while encompassing the whole of Yoga. It directly deals with the encountering and transcending thoughts of the mind.

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