University of Cambridge Yoga

By | 9th May 2017

University of Cambridge Yoga

University of Cambridge Yoga

Yoga is an ancient philosophy from India which is explained in many spiritual texts such as the Jnaneshwari and  Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra. Yoga is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘union’ implying ‘Union with the All-pervading Consciousness’. Patanjali describes six paths to Yoga and Hatha Yoga – the technique of physical postures to correct imbalances – is just one of them; however this is what Yoga has often come to mean in the minds of many. Although thousands of years old, Yoga philosophy is still relevant today.

Why you may ask?

Well, inside each of us are the same intrinsic qualities which, when developed, bring a human being to a higher state of awareness. The direct experience of Yoga gives us a actual connection and therefore enlightened understanding of the meaning of our lives and an inner light to guide our own development.

Can we experience Yoga in London?

Yoga is an ancient philosophy from India which is explained in many spiritual texts such as the Jnaneshwari and  Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra. Yoga is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘union’ implying ‘Union with the All-pervading Consciousness’. Patanjali describes six paths to Yoga and Hatha Yoga – the technique of physical postures to correct imbalances – is just one of them; however this is what Yoga has often come to mean in the minds of many. Although thousands of years old, Yoga philosophy is still relevant today.

Why you may ask?

Well, inside each of us are the same intrinsic qualities which, when developed, bring a human being to a higher state of awareness. The direct experience of Yoga gives us a actual connection and therefore enlightened understanding of the meaning of our lives and an inner light to guide our own development.