Mysore Yoga



A unique way to relieve oneself from the stress and strains of daily mundane life, the Mysore yoga rejuvenates the body, mind and soul with fresh bout of energy and vigor. A traditional method of retaining youthful exuberance, yoga and meditation are an integral part of the regular lifestyle of the local inhabitants of Mysore.

Yoga Culture in Mysore



The yoga culture in Mysore represents the rich tradition that has percolated to the modern era from the ancient times. The ancient city of Mysore boasts of several schools that impart training in yoga and mediation. The city attracts many Indian and foreign students from far and wide who enroll themselves as students of the school and take classes in the Yoga and meditation.

Yoga and meditation provide the students with added enthusiasm and energy. The Mysore- style ashtanga vinyasa yoga classes are taught by experienced and veteran professionals from the field.
The yoga classes enable the local indigenous population with a healthy mind, body and soul. The different postures while performing the traditional art of yoga imparts the body with an extra brilliance which is reflected through the healthy physical appearance of the performer.

Keeping in tune with the idea that a healthy mind rests in a healthy body, the native population of Mysore practice yoga and meditation passion and fervor. The traditional practice of meditation helps to bridge the wide gap between mind, body and the cosmos. One feels the divine presence of the Supreme Being through meditation.

Mysore yoga has an internationally acclaimed status and interested candidates from far off land visit the ancient city to learn the traditional method of maintaining a harmonious relation between mind, body and soul.



Last Updated on 9/14/2011



     


     

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