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  • LIVING YOUR YOGA

    By yogaadmin | In Philosophy of Yoga | on June 10, 2016

    “Living Your Yoga” practice: Perfection is an illusion. The definition of Asana, or yoga pose, in Yoga Sutras:” The posture should be steady and comfortable”. What Patanjali possibly mean by “comfortable”? What about sweat? And the exercise mantra of “Of mo pain, no gain”? Often we think that we must practice boot-camp yoga – poses […]

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  • The meaning of Yoga

    By yogaadmin | In Philosophy of Yoga | on February 27, 2014

    The language of Yoga is Sanskrit. It is believed that word Yoga is derived from Sanskrit root , yuj, which is translated to mean “yoke”, “tying together” and “to unite”. The most common interpretation of the word “Yoga” is yoking together of mind, body and spirit. This is achieved in practice when practitioners are totally […]

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