“In nature, action and reaction are continuous. Everything is connected to everything else. No one part, nothing, is isolated. Everything is linked, and interdependent. Everywhere, everything is connected to everything else. Each question receives the correct answer.”
– Svami Prajnanapada –
Thanks to Yoga practice, the organic functions work in unison for the well-being of the whole body.
From a physiological point of view, Yoga exerts an action that gently relaxes the muscles, acts on joints, bones and internal organs; it stimulates cellular metabolism and the endocrine system, thus balancing and strengthening the immune system; corrects the posture, teaches to breathe, promotes blood circulation; physical and emotional benefits are combined with psychological and emotional effects: good breathing makes you calm, relaxed and receptive; a healthy and robust body is energetic and vital; correct posture express beauty and harmony, inspire respect and sympathy.
Most people think to Yoga as a means to keep healthy and increase well-being in a stressed society: asanas eliminate the physical discomfort created by long hours of sitting while breathing and relaxation techniques help to obtain maximum effectiveness in the limited free time.
With a constant Yoga practice one learn to calm the mind, to improve concentration, to value and balance natural aspects of life such as health, sleep, eat, to dominate violent emotions, to spirituality flourish, to learn to listen and to know and understand oneself, the meaning of love and work while connecting within and living as a human being, manifest harmony, compassion, find answers to the questions that make human experience a dimension without limits. Yoga is the way to establish a new way of life that embraces both inner and outer reality, an experience that cannot be understood intellectually and will become living knowledge only through practice and experience.
OUR YOGA STYLE
Anukalana Yoga, Integrated Yoga