Yoga has been known as an ancient method of training, exercise & combination of asanas. But the word yoga actually means union. It is a practice that connects the body, mind & spirit through different postures, meditation & controlled breathing. Yoga is an expression of life. It is not just about bending & twisting holding your breath, but it is an art of seeing your body-mind-soul in a balanced state. Patanjali has prescribed an eight fold path for achieving the goal of Kaivalya. Ashtanga Yoga involves: Yama (restraints), Niyama (discipline), Asana (body attitude/postures), Pranayama (breath regulation), Prather (detachment of sensory activity from the external objects), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (Yogic Meditation) and Samadhi (spiritual absorption). Patanjali describes the first five limbs as the external form of Yoga and the last three as internal and essential aspects.

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