Experience the healing power of yoga!

In yoga, we connect to our internal nature by focusing on our body, breath, and mind, and while we create this connection
within ourselves, we come to realize that it is the same life force all around us and within all living beings.

That sense of interconnection or oneness is the ultimate goal of yoga.

Becoming a more relaxed, open, and peaceful person is the most important reason to practice yoga for me.

Of course, yoga also helps to become more flexible, it eliminates toxins, releases back pain, creates hormonal balance, and rejuvenates the body.

The deeper aspects of yoga and the ultimate goal however are to find states of deep inner peace and oneness, awakening us out of the illusion of separation.

warrior pose


MEDITATION literally means ” to become familiar with”. The first step is becoming conscious of your unconscious thoughts.

With the hectic pace and demands of modern life, many people feel stressed and over-worked. Meditation is one of the most powerful ways that can lead you back to inner peace. Just the simple act of following your breath and being a witness of your own thoughts and feelings will help you to become calmer and focused.

Many people stop their meditation practice because they feel that they can not control their minds.
Thoughts like “I will never change”, “my life is not very good” or  “it too hard” etc. are thoughts that people think constantly every day, so when these thoughts start coming to the surface in their meditation and they start realizing that they can’t control these thoughts they give up because they think they are not very good in meditation.

Meditation can also be called a state of “no-mind” or “beyond mind”. A state where we leave behind our concepts of what we think we are or should be, and start being who we truly are. Being more aware in each present moment.


Pranayama exercises are yogic breathing techniques that strengthen, purify and calm the nervous system through cleansing the energy channels in the body, called nadis.

When we re-remember how to breathe, we begin to slow down, trust, and relax. We are a reflection of our nervous system, so when we are calm it benefits our general health on all levels: physical, emotional and spiritual.

Pranayama is a great tool to prepare for deep meditation and to reduce stress and anxiety as well as enhancing our life force energy.

nadhi sodhana pranayama

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