Yoga means the unification between Spirit, Soul and body.
Yoga evolved in India more than 3,000 years ago. Although it seems to be a form of physical exercise, Yoga is far more than a sport. It teaches us to breathe properly and to relax and rest by meditation.
Yoga is a way of Self-Knowledge that can help you discover your deeper Self. This is because it has the effect of healing the body, building up the Soul and calming down the mind. What is certain is that yoga is one of the most complete, most universal systems for providing a complete picture of the life of humanity in respect to all the other living things and entities in the entire universe.
Yoga teaches that all aspects of life mentioned above are inseparably linked, and that the thirst for knowledge and eternal happiness can only be lessened if we recognize and experience this wholeness. We have to treasure Yoga as a gift from the wise men of Tibet and India who have reached the full understanding of the Laws of existence. Although geographically originated in the above mentioned region, Yoga is an universal and ancient wisdom.
Therefore, consider Yoga as an universal principle, which techniques and methodology allow you to develop your personality in a systematic way, free of dogma. It’s a never-ending journey.