YOGA: The internal and external purifier!

“Yoga does not just change the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees.”

― B.K.S Iyengar



Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India. Yoga is one of the six Āstika schools of Hindu philosophical traditions. There is a broad variety of yoga schools, practices, and goals in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. 

The True Purpose of Yoga
By: Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudeva

For more general information on yoga as a lifestyle, please click below.

YOGA as a lifestyle!

Yoga is the BEAUTY to a perfect LIFESTYLE!

Why Yoga as Lifestyle?

“It’s not about being good at something. It’s about being good to yourself.”

– unknown

The beauty of the yoga is that it is orignated from the ancient india. Yoga is basically a Hindu discipline or practice. Yoga has the power to purify your body, mind and soul. Practicing yoga keeps you strong.

In the times of COVID, now it is important that we consider YOGA as our LIFESTYLE! Yoga helps to keep a person physically mentally and emotionally strong. Every individual should practice yoga. Yoga also helps in boosting your immunity naturally.


Some helpful tips on YOGA which everyone should know.

YOGA: Way of life!



  • Cleanliness means saucha is that important prerequisite for yoga practice. This includes cleanliness of your surroundings, body and mind. 
  • Yoga practice are done in a calm and quiet atmosphere with a relaxed body and mind.
  • Yoga is perform with an empty stomach or light stomach. In case you feel weak consume small amount of honey in lukewarm water. 
  • Before starting yoga practices bladder and bowels should be empty. 
  • For practicing yoga a mattress, yoga mat, or a folded blanket is preferred .
  • Light and comfortable cotton clothes is preferred for the easy movement of body. 
  • Yoga should not be performed in the state of exhaustion, illness, or in stress conditions. 
  • Consult a yoga expert before doing yogic practices during pregnancy and menstruation. 


  • Practice sessions should start with a prayer or invocation as it creates a conductive environment to relax the mind. 
  • Yoga practice should be performed slowly in a relaxed manner. 
  • Do not hold the breath unless it is specially mentioned to do so. 
  • Breathing should be always through the nostrils unless instructed otherwise. 
  • Do not hold body tightly, or jerk the body at any point of time. 
  • Perform the practices according to your own capacity and convenience. 
  • It takes some time to get good results, so persistent and a regular practice is very essential. 
  • Yoga sessions should end with meditation/ deep silence/ shanti patha. 


  • Shower should be take only after 20 to 30 minutes of the practice. 
  • Food should be consume only after 20 to 30 minutes of the practice.