The ancient tradition of YOGA is all about connecting
body mind and soul
(the Sanskrit word yug means "to unite")
with the goal to experience oneness …
an experience where the body is relaxed the mind is calm and the shattering of the ego is almost silent.
It goes along with the realization
that we are a part of Nature,
that we are one with the Universe,
that all the creation power is right inside of us.
When our body mind and soul are connected,
we are able to listen to our inner voice and are so guided
to live our true potential and
experience joy happiness and pure love.
YOGA is about Life itself and it shows us
how to live with Life,
how to live in union with our Inner and Outer Nature.
Practicing YOGA in the ancient tradition means not only the physical practice on the mat yet a whole system which combines body movement and postures asanas, breathing methods pranayama, meditation,
positive thinking and vegetarian nutrition and a joy- and peaceful sustainable way of living.
Practicing YOGA in its wholeness and implementing it in your every day life cleanses your whole system, means your body and mind and opens up your heart thought so that you can realize the true essence of life and Nature.