Yoga Classes

Overview Nowadays, the fame of this primordial religious practice from India has already spread far and wide. Originating in the continent of Asia, this ancient spiritual routine are now observed in America and Europe, among the others. A concrete example would be the British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) which is the British governing body for yoga that has existed for four decades now. To date, the organization is now established in eleven regions aside from conducting yoga classes. One of the thrusts of the British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) is to conduct yoga classes. BWY offers a wide range of programs that will equip, not only British members but anybody for that matter, to learn more about the primordial religious …

Anusara Yoga

Anusara Yoga is an inspiring and heart oriented yoga, at the same time as being grounded on Universal Principles of Alignment for the outer and inner body. It is an exceptional, therapeutic way of Hatha Yoga wherein the artistic expression of the heart mysteriously blends with biomechanics’ scientific principles. Anusara Yoga was established and formed by John Friend. The name Anusara is taken from a verse in Kularnava Tantra, which means “flowing with grace”, “following your heart”, or “going with the flow”. The verse reads in Sanskrit as “shakti-nipata-anusarena sishyo’anugraham-arhati” which means, through walking into the stream of the divine grace’s descent into ones heart, a true seeker is made worthy and enclosed in the grace that nurtures and sustains …

Anusara Yoga

Anusara Yoga is an inspiring and heart oriented yoga, at the same time as being grounded on Universal Principles of Alignment for the outer and inner body. It is an exceptional, therapeutic way of Hatha Yoga wherein the artistic expression of the heart mysteriously blends with biomechanics’ scientific principles. Anusara Yoga was established and formed by John Friend. The name Anusara is taken from a verse in Kularnava Tantra, which means “flowing with grace”, “following your heart”, or “going with the flow”. The verse reads in Sanskrit as “shakti-nipata-anusarena sishyo’anugraham-arhati” which means, through walking into the stream of the divine grace’s descent into ones heart, a true seeker is made worthy and enclosed in the grace that nurtures and sustains …