“As the body becomes steady and at ease, the breath begins to come under control, the mind begins to experience peace and the journey to our true self begins…”

Ask the big question..

Yoga in its purest form aims to provide conceivable answers to many a profound questions such as, “Who am I?”, “When did I come?”, “Where do I go from here?” “What should I do?”
In some form or the other, we all end up asking these questions, at some point in time.
In the least, we have the answers in some form in our heads or hearts but we are unable to easily put it down to words.

Deep within, we all feel the need to make sense of our life, and yes, we are all philosophers in our own little ways. Many of us think that these questions will go away if we postpone thinking about them.

But do they ever go away?

Most of the times we start thinking when we lose a dear one or come face to face with some serious health crisis.

Wouldn't it be ideal to reflect on these questions when we have the luxury of this life? One does not need to go through tough times to get into this mode of thinking. By no means does Yoga encourage gloominess, or dark moods. What Yoga brings to you is a deep sense of awareness in all its aspects, ultimately leading one to self-awareness.

If we start unveiling our true self, bit by bit, one becomes freer in the sense of detachment to the dualities of life, be it pain or pleasure, success or failure, joy or sorrow and so forth.

It makes us more conscious, enabling us to make better choices, lead better lives, and be better people.

Yoga thus reveals to us the greatest of the philosophies, the mystery of the breath. It teaches us that the link between the body, mind and spirit is the breath. 

Our breath defines the state of our being, be it physical or emotional. 

Yoga teaches us to be aware of this constant companion and direct it in a manner, so that the body, mind and spirit reconnect and take us closer to our true identity.

We invite you to experience the joy of walking this path..
Shaila & Sheryl