We often take the miracle of our breath for granted. Yet, it is always there whenever we need it. Yoga masters from thousands of years ago knew this and found ways to use the breath to cultivate a sense of calm when the body is agitated and to enliven the body when there is sluggishness. You can learn this ancient practice and discover how it can add to your overall well being.
The word “yoga” comes from a Sanskrit word meaning “union." The practice is so much more than poses that demonstrate almost impossible flexibility. Yoga has roots in Indian philosophy and spirituality, and it's important to acknowledge and honor where it comes from or we run the risk of unknowingly participating in cultural appropriation.