Photo: Fernando Garcia Aguinaco, Parivritta Parsvakonasana
Yoga is one of the six systems of Indian philosophy. The word ‘yoga’ originates from the sanskrit root yuj which means Union. On the spiritual plane, it means union of the Individual Self with the Universal Self. Yoga is the union of the body, mind, emotions and intellect. Sage Patanjali penned down this subject in his treatise known as Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
Entrevista con el maestro Jawahar Bangera (en español)
The Spirit of Things – Yoga and Ayurveda
Sadhaka – Film about the yoga of B.K.S. Iyengar
“Yoga in a nutshell is to keep the entire, the external-internal body, clean, pure, sanctified, so the mind flows without any barrier within and absorb what goes on inside the body” BKS Iyengar, in the documentary Yoga Unveiled (2004) 1/19
Iyengar Yoga Center Ciudad de México
Clases, talleres y retiros en Cd. de México y otras ciudades en México / Classes, Workshops and retreats in Mexico City and another Mexican Cities, Más información / More information (spanish):
-Visita el blog de la Asociación Mexicana de Yoga Iyengar.
Elsewhere on the Web
- Official Site of B.K.S. Iyengar.
- Asociación Mexicana de Yoga Iyengar (spanish)
- Flipboard on B.K.S. Iyengar
Yoga in Mexico:
- Instituto Mexicano de Yoga
- Federación Mexicana de Yoga
- Parinaama Yoga Prison Project
- Namaskara Yoga, blog de yoga de Fernando
Questions and Answers
What is the relevance of yoga in today’s world?
B.K.S. Iyengar answer:
The practice of yoga helps anyone to gain good health, mental peace, emotional equanimity and intellectual clarity. With a healthy body, clear mind and pure emotions, the practitioner can learn to excel in his chosen career.
The first process of yoga is to open the ranges of inner being and live from there outward, governing our outward life with an inner light and force.
– Sri Aurobindo
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