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Intro


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Intro


Yoga

" Earn such Yoga (oneness) O Yogi! That through Meditation and Self-discipline, you become the enjoyer of spirituality"

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What is Aroga ?

Aroga is all yogic knowledge to achieve a healthy state of being.

Philosophers have long argued that a state of health is an absence of illness. Aroga, which has it roots in Sanskrit, meaning without illness, can be thus interchangeably used for the word 'Svaastha' or Health and all Yogic knowledge to achieve svaastha is Aroga. 

As a sculptor carefully gets rid of the unwanted excesses to leave a beautifully sculpted figure in the end, we tend to find our 'mool' or 'roots' by shunning our five excesses in kaam - desires, krodh - anger, lobh - greed, moh - attachment and ahankaar - ego.  With that, is unraveled our deep source of energy, balance and inner peace.

THE SCHOOL

Our school is the amalgam of the lineage of knowledge from the Vedic period, Patanjali's Yoga sutras and the evolution of Gorakh Nath's Hatha Yoga, a school that stresses mastery of body, to the message of Oneness of Guru Nanak and Yoga as a practice to be earned through 'Jap' and 'Tap'. We connect those dots. In each of us resides a student and a teacher and it is with this trust, that we invite you to connect with us, share with us, and learn from and teach us at the same time. 

 
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Asana


Nath Yogi in Mayurasana (Peacock pose). Painted wall mural. Photo: Lenscraft

ASANA

Asana


Nath Yogi in Mayurasana (Peacock pose). Painted wall mural. Photo: Lenscraft

ASANA

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Pranayam


Bireshwar Sen's depiction of the Mountains in Tibet

 

PRANAYAMA

Pranayam


Bireshwar Sen's depiction of the Mountains in Tibet

 

PRANAYAMA