Welcome to Yoga of the Old Masters

Three Natures Of Yoga

To some, yoga is just another exercise program. The well-shaped posterior is the only goal. Pictures in magazines and other publications emphasize difficult yoga postures as their main objective. Sessions occur where yoga postures are performed in a gymnastics contest to determine who the best yogi is. All of this has changed the public concept of the true purpose, and meaning, of yoga. This is the great difference between modern yoga and Yoga of the Old Masters.

Yoga means union of body, mind and spirit. This union is brought about by conscientious care of the body, the control of our breathing, and development of a good mental attitude. For centuries yoga has been used to prepare the body and the mind for meditation. When yoga is practiced correctly, it will help you to develop your three natures: the physical, the mental, and the spiritual. When they are in proper balance you will live a healthier and more contented life.

Our goal in Yoga of the Old Masters is to help you find inner-peace. Our inability to handle stress can cause physical and mental sickness more than any other health factor. While practicing Yoga of the Old Masters, you will experience the kind of yoga that gives the greatest relief of physical and mental stress.