Yoga and Asana practice

Asana is the third limb of Yoga.  This is the physical aspect of yoga.  The goal of asana practice is to unite the mind with the body.  How can you unite mind with the body?  We are all aware of the connection between our mind and our breath.  When we are angry,...

Saucha

Saucha is the first of the Niyamas.  Niyamas help you prepare for the practice of Yoga, and help incorporate Yamas in your yoga practice.  They require conscious commitment to apply mindful action in life.   Niyamas are the key to the practice of Asana in your...

Brahmacharya

Brahmacharya means restraint, continence, and celibacy.  Brahmacharya is the fourth yama.  The intent of Brahmacharya is to practice control of senses in thought, words and actions.  This will naturally lead to non productive expenditure of energies, balance in life,...

YAMAS – THE FIRST LIMB OF YOGA

                YAMAS OR UNIVERSAL CODE OF CONDUCT – THE FIRST LIMB OF YOGA Flow represents the state of being “completely involved in an activity for its own sake, where ego falls away, and time stands still.  Every action, movement, and thought follows...