Elements of Yoga
Integrate | Balance | Awaken

The common dictionary definition of the word integration is: "To make into a whole by bringing all parts together; to unify." The meaning of integration is the same as the word yoga, which is defined as "to yoke" or "to join." The word integration suggests making your yoga practice a part of you and your life. Underlying the practice of yoga is the premise that there is a connection between sentient beings, the world, and the universe itself. Yoga is designed to help us experience this connection.

The process of yoga is somewhat mysterious, but we can look at some very simple, concrete indications of its effects by examining the process of integration. If you think back to your first yoga class, you may remember feeling slightly uneasy, anxious, or uncertain because the place and the practice were new. Gradually the rhythm and style of the class became familiar, and the weekly class became part of your routine. Attending regular yoga class became integrated into your week.

When we talk about India’s cultural and philosophical heritage we can’t ignore the colossal impact of yoga that glorifies our celebrated history. Due to the continuous research and recent developments, the ancient practice of yoga has attained a whole new level . Thus we can assure ourselves that yoga is balancing our lifestyle in its own style continously.

Spiritual awakening is not a goal or destination, it is a constant invitation to embrace yourself exactly as you are in all your glorious imperfection. Rather, it is a constant and ancient invitation - throughout every moment of your life - to trust and embrace yourself exactly as you are in all your glorious imperfection.

It is about being fully present and awake to each precious moment, coming out of the epic movie of past and future (“The Story of Me”) and showing up for life, knowing that even your feelings of non-acceptance are accepted here. It is about radically opening up to this extraordinary gift of existence, embracing both the pain and the joy of it, the bliss and the sorrow, the ecstasy and the overwhelm, the certainty and the doubt. Knowing that you are never separate from the Whole, never broken, never truly lost