“With great respect and love,
now the blessings of
Originating in Sanskrit speaking India, the philosophy of Yoga seeks to unite the practitioner with the vast universe that surrounds us. Emerging around the same time as humans began to form complex societies, Yoga clarifies, challenges, strengthens the mind, body, and spirit. It is a great way to make peace with your existence and release the stresses of modern life.
Yoga, when practiced as a form of healing/balancing promotes side-effects of
- Deeper inner strength
- A sense of freedom
- Empowering life transformations
Yoga is known to be used by teachers, students, athletes, musicians, actors, writers, the homeless, the incarcerated, pregnant mothers, teenage boys, senior citizens…the list truly goes on and on. Modern research into the physiological effects of yogic breathing, postures, and meditation practices have illustrated the way in which these practices create new neural pathways, strengthen bone density, reduce stress, increase balance, ease anxiety, relieve depression, and improve digestion.