My mantra in life is 'where there is will, there is a way 'and the best way to strengthen the will is through a Holistic Approach towards life. The satisfactory experience gained from Ashram (yoga school) helped me attain physical and mental harmony, which continues to inspire me to explore my talents and help people to realize their true identities for mental, spiritual and physical balance. I am myself a living example of how 'Yogic Way of Living' can transform a strict headed boy from Military School into a Mild Matured optimistic man. I am confident enough to teach yoga and meditation.

There are several branches of Yoga the student may practice,The Yoga of wisdom (Jnâna-Yoga);The Yoga of meditation (Râja-Yoga);The Yoga of physical processes (Hatha-Yoga); The Yoga of service (Karma-Yoga); and the Yoga of devotion (Bhakti-Yoga).Basically, what Westerners view as "Yoga" is primarily the practice of asanas (exercises) and pranayama (breathing).

Yogic Exercise Most types of exercise activity requires the body to make fast forceful movements. They have repeated actions, which often lead to tension and fatigue. This practice on the other hand, involve movements, which bring stability and energy to the body, senses, mind, and the consciousness. The brain and body then work together and energy is evenly balanced between the two. No other form of exercise so completely involves the mind and spirit with the body, resulting in total well-being. Other forms of exercise address only particular parts of the body. You only enter the mental gym when you practice yoga. The incorporation of yogic stretching in conjunction with other types of exercise will greatly aid in minimizing any or all potential aliments that may / will occur over time from these other forms of exercise. Train smart not hard!

At this website you will find the art of Yoga and philosophies of Senior yoga master Abhinav. These are my own personal views from my own life experiences. Here i will share with you a lot of simple keys and methods to how we view life in general. Also how the benefits that the practice of yoga can have on your everyday view on life to bring happiness. The roots of Yoga can be traced back roughly 400 B.C in India.The meaning of Yoga, in its literal, means "union," and is derived from the Sanskrit root word, yuj, meaning "to unite." Hence, Yoga unites all - mind and body, stillness and movement,pleasure and pain, masculine and feminine, sun and moon - in order to bring balance between them

I would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best knowledge and information in the Yoga and meditation.