The word “yoga” is derived from the Sanskrit word ”yuj,” which means ”to unify” or ”to yoke.”
This origin of the word ”yoga” and the practice of yoga are closely related, since practicing yoga involves seeking to ”unite” your body, mind and spirit. Achieving this union allows you to connect with your inner self, leading to a sense of contentment and tranquility.

New to yoga? The initial practise is listening. Both to external instruction and internal feedback. I encourage all students to leave the competitve spirit outside. We all have different body history's. Unique.

The initial practise is to reach optimal stretch without strain. Here you find the experience of release of stored tension. Next is to synchromise the movement with the breath. Harmonise. Here your practise deepens. All levels of the being  begin to purifiy. 

The body decompresses, the mind and emotions calm. You experience relief, inner quiet, space. Peace.

Here connection with your individual experience of source becomes possible.

Available with: Angela Oakes Yoga, Therapies, Yoga with Ez - Ezgi Acar

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