Yoga helps to unite, or harmonize the body, mind, and breath through meditation, pranayama (breath control), and asanas (physical postures).
Yoga cultivates an awareness of the present moment, or being with our experience of the present moment.
Yoga Sutra 1.3
Then the seer becomes established in its true nature.
Once the mind is crystal-clear, we begin to perceive
the objects of the world the way they are; our
perception is no longer distorted.
Ignite Yoga Studio has a New Home!
5110 N. Dysart Rd.
Litchfield Park, AZ
NW corner of Camelback & Dysart Rd
next to Goodwill store
Join me on the first Tuesday evening of each month for
a lively and informative discussion on modern issues looked at through Yoga Philosoophy.
Tuesday, November 5th
Suffering is universal, but each experience
is unique to that person.
Dukkha is a term used in both Yoga Philosophy and Buddhism that refers to suffering, pain, stress, or anything that disturbs our mental or emotional equilibrium.
In Yoga Philosophy there are four causes of Dukkham (or suffering), and we will discuss these causes and what we can do to bring about change.
(included in your Ignite Membership)
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