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Welcome to the world of Yoga!
Our approach to Yoga is holistic that encompasses Spiritual, Well-being and Lifestyle. This essentially is much beyond mere Asanas and Pranayama. The practices we follow are derived from ancient Indian sciences & Knowledge base.
The Yoga techniques developed there are a synthesis of many approaches to personal development, based on traditional vedantic and yogic teachings in conjunction with contemporary physical and mental health sciences.
Sri Swami Satyananda Saraswati is a great visionary whose mission has been the development of an integrated yoga system which incorporates practical philosophy and a wholistic lifestyle.
Sri Swamiji has brought to light ancient yogic teachings from sacred scriptures and lost traditions. He has framed them in a modern language which incorporates both traditional and scientific understandings.
If the head, the heart and the hands do not function in harmony, there is restlessness in life. This restlessness may be on the mental, emotional, physical or spiritual level. Though its manifestation is legion, it always results in the shattering of inner peace.
Yoga practices developed by Sri Swami Satyananda Saraswati and the Bihar School of Yoga aim to harmonise all levels of human life and experience through practical means.
This system is known as Satyananda Yoga® and the Yoga Vision pages on this site further elucidate the teachings and training offered by the tradition, this incorporates practices derived from ancient and traditional sources. Satyananda Yoga uses practices in a traditional way, asanas (postures) to balance the body and mind through the physical body, pranayama (breathing practices) to work on the energy body (equated with Ki or Chi in other systems), and meditation to calm and focus the mind. It also takes a broader outlook by teaching and encouraging yogic lifestyles, not only for renunciates but also for householders and lay practitioners.
To this end Satyananda Yoga adopts the attitudes of Jnana Yoga (the path of knowledge), Bhakti Yoga (the path of heart and emotion), Karma Yoga (the path of service) and other yogas which enable the practitioner to frame all aspects of their lives in a way which is conducive to spiritual growth.
The Satyananda approach incorporates the whole person, not just the body. There is an emphasis on awareness and practitioners are encouraged to learn about all aspects of their personality through Yoga. Change is a process that takes place naturally as a consequence of regular practice with full awareness, rather than by forcing the mind and body to the limit and beyond.
Source - Bihar School Of Yoga
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