Derived from the Sanskrit word yuj, Yoga means union of the individual consciousness or soul with the Universal Consciousness or Spirit. Yoga is a 5000 year old Indian body of knowledge.
Yoga is a discipline involving breathing techniques and postures called asanas (A-san-as), a Sanskrit word that literally means, "to sit in a particular position." Asanas are the various positions that make up the practice of yoga.Yoga is radically different from more conventional exercises, such as aerobics and weight training, in that the goal is not to develop muscular strength or cardiovascular fitness (although those are common reasons people practice today) but to bring the mind and body into a mutual state of well being, balance, ease and vibrant alertness.
The word yoga means "union." One who follows the path of yoga is called a yogi or yogin. The true practice of yoga becomes a lifestyle. More than an exercise program, the yogi seeks to create balance in life through the asanas, proper diet and rest, meditation, and in cultivation of correct thought and action. The result of this discipline is optimum health and well being, which encompasses things such as wisdom, creativity and peace with the self and the world.
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