Vitality, Connection

The practice of Yoga originated in India more than three hundred years ago. This experience can help improve your health with stretching to tone your muscles and exercise your entire skeletal system. Yoga can extend your health and quality of life. Some workouts are more challenging than others.

Yoga connects you to your inner spirit. The purpose of doing the poses is to free your body from any tension or stress that you might be feeling so you can more successfully get centered within. There is a part of you that is greater than your mind and body, it is the spirit within. It is designed to enhance vitality and a sense of well being. Yoga means “to bring together or merge” as in joining the mind and body into a single harmonious unit.

The body is lazy, the mind is vibrant and the soul is luminous. Yogic practices help develop the mind so the body and mind both become vibrant and are drawn towards the light of the soul. It is a science which liberates one’s mind from bondage, when the mind reaches and merges with the soul the soul is free and remains thereafter in peace and beatitude.

Yoga is traditionally divided into eight limps or aspects called, yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana and samadhi. Yoga can also be seen as having three tiers called, external, internal and innermost or physical, mental and spiritual.

Yoga sessions typically comprise of breathing exercises, meditation and assuming postures/poses that stretch and flex various muscle groups and relaxation techniques. This is not just a slow motion calisthenics workout or superficial exercise you will appreciate the depth and breadth of its benefits. A sense of mind and body equilibrium, accepting limitations and self acceptance daily will decrease stress overall.


  • Mental harmony
  • Physical balance
  • High energy levels
  • Tension release
  • Mood elevation
  • Metabolism spike
  • Menopausal relief
  • Immunity
  • Healing emotional trauma
  • Strength
  • Mental Stamina
  • Better lung capacity and breathing

Pregnant- Yoga during pregnancy will help minimize discomfort


  • Improves blood circulation
  • Induces a relaxing sleep
  • Strengthens muscles and joints
  • Expels toxins and improves digestion
  • Regulates blood pressure and sugar levels
  • Stimulates the nerves and calms the body and mind
  • Improves posture and eases back problems
  • Stretches ligaments throughout the pelvic, hip and leg area
  • Reduces mood swings, morning sickness and nausea
  • Strengthens abdominal muscles

Stabilize the mind’s awareness in deep tranquility and peace!

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