Benefits of Yoga

Looking into the subtle aspects of yoga tends to temporarily suspend the thinking process into a state of open enquiry, wonder and complete relaxation.
Mindful awareness of internal breath and subtle body sensations naturally reveals context, depth and counterbalance to the effects of lifelong habits, stress and negative thoughts. As the subtle body starts to become balanced and the energy channels begin to open you will be able to free your mind of bias, judgement, conditioning and start to let go of what no longer serves you.

Words fail to convey the total value of Yoga
It has to be experienced

B.K.S. Iyengar

In yoga, it is believed that a person’s longevity is measured by the number of breaths one takes; therefore, a person’s lifespan could be lengthened by slower breathing.  Slow breathing is cultivated by paying attention to one’s breathing.
Yoga in the Himalayan Yoga Tradition allows students to become fully aware of the breath during the Asana practice and this then allows this to follow through into everyday life. Using the techniques learned and practiced in the Yoga classes will lead to a calmer, more balanced flow in life. This is why all classes have a strong focus on the breath.