What is Yoga? Yoga means union of the mind, body and spirit with the Divine and while this refers to a certain state of consciousness both individual and Universal, it is also a method to help one reach that goal.
We teach a traditional, exact and easy-to-learn system that aims at naturally achieving the goal through creating a healthy body and mind that leads to spiritual evolvement.
Based in the teachings of Yogeshwar Ramlal Bhagwan & Yogeshwar Mulakhraj Bhagwan, Swami Surender Dev Ji Maharaj summarized the yoga philosophy in 5 principles or the Five Points of Yoga which make the complex teachings of yoga easier to understand:
FIVE POINTS OF YOGA
Apposite Exercise (Asanas) – Yoga poses help develop a strong, healthy body by enhancing flexibility and improving circulation.
Apposite Breathing (Pranayama) – Deep, conscious breathing reduces stress and many diseases.
Apposite Relaxation – Helps keep the body from going into overload mode, easing worry and fatigue.
Apposite Diet – Eating simple, healthy and vegetarian foods that are easy to digest notably have a positive effect on the mind and body, as well as the environment and other living beings.
Apposite Thinking & Meditation – These are the true keys to achieving peace of mind and eliminating negativity in our lives.