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A balanced Yoga practice integrates various branches of Yoga to develop physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual aspect of an individual.
The basic Yoga Hatha class is designed for a broad spectrum of students and is considered to be a good introduction to a wider field of Yogic philosophy and practices.
Karma Yoga is the Yoga of eradicating the ego and its symptoms through selfless service to our fellow beings.
Bhakti Yoga is the Yoga of devotion and unconditional love towards the absolute truth.
Raja Yoga is the Yoga of mind control through sets of ethical practices and regular practice of concentration and meditation.
Jnana Yoga is the Yoga of intellectual approach or the path of wisdom, introspection, and contemplation.
Jappa Yoga is the Yoga of Mantram repetition or repeating a sacred word (sound structure).
“The goal of the Integral Yogi is to have an easeful body, a peaceful mind, and a useful life,” SWAMI SATCHIDANANDA.
Yoga acts as a mirror. Each breath, each movement, reflects to us who we are and how we are moment to moment. We look into the mirror of yoga and see the places that need support and the places that need to open. The postures teach us about ourselves, markers on the map of the soul. They bless us with immediate feedback. As we move deeper into the physical and mystical teachings, we become intrepid explorers mining the terrain of body, mind, and soul (JR).