Good health is free and only requires application of common sense and personal discipline. Yoga therapy teaches you how to achieve this dream.
School of Yoga explains Yoga History – The First Modern Yoga book The first Yoga book is detailed in The Path of Modern Yoga: The History […]
The Vedas are over 6000 years old and were conceived by rsis in a state of merger with the Supreme Identity. Hence they are called "not of man or apourusika".
Yogacharya Sundaram developed a sequence that ensures maximum quality of health, fitness and wellbeing when performing poses (āsana).
Āsana choice is a personalised one, so a person must choose the āsana that fits his or her body, condition and life-style.
School of Yoga explains Yoga History – The first Yoga class… Circumstances of the first yoga class: Swami Yogendra met a cosmopolitan Parsi consulting engineer in […]
School of Yoga explains Vedānga – the limbs of the Vedas. Vedānga (वेदाङ्ग – limbs of the Vedas) are six sub-disciplines connected with the study […]
Since yoga is the practice of increasing awareness, the practicing single point focus during āsana practice ensures success.
Prāṇa or motility is also known as life-force, energy etc. It is also called chi or qi in Chinese as well as various Far East civilisations.
Dharma is the natural state of entity. Eg. a heart pumps blood. Likewise, humans live in peace when they live in a society where all are committed to order.
What is sanatana-dharma? Why is it called universal? How does it integrate the various aspects of life in Bharat (India)? What are it's components?
School of Yoga explains vendānta and upaniṣad. Upaniṣad means “sitting at the feet of”. Upaniṣads are considered to be texts which philosophically follow the Vedas, […]