Iyengar and Ashtanga Yoga.

Knowledge of anatomy is helpful but not important to #Yoga. Knowledge of the self through the eight limbs is both the goal and the key. Otherwise it’s just another form of exercise & will never touch the soul. #Iyengar #Ashtanga

Hannah Lovegrove Iyengar Yoga

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The philosophy behind Yoga is vast. It’s practically impossible for a Western person to embrace the beauty and subtlety of it all in just a single lifetime. If you practice yoga regularly, you may have had glimpses of your own inner potential, your natural spirituality. In order to explore that potential further, it’s useful to have a framework, or a map to guide you.

People usually start coming to yoga classes for reasons of fitness, health, flexibility but they find there’s another benefit, one that can’t be described, only experienced. When they come out of a class, everything is the same but something is different. The discomfort and stress in our brains is diminished, mental noise and emotional instability have been replaced by a quiet stability. What is it about yoga, specifically, that does that? And how does that lead to spiritual transformation?

Most of life is an accident that…

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