Yoga, “the treasure of the world”, originated from the Himalayas in northern India more than 5000 years ago. When the ancient Indian yogis practiced meditations in the nature, they accidentally discovered that various animals and plants are inherently capable of relaxing, sleeping, or staying awake and can heal themselves of diseases. Therefore, through observing, imitating and experiencing the animal postures, the ancient Indian yogis developed an exercise system called Asana that are beneficial to the body and mind. They are convinced that by exercising the body and regulating breathing, we can control our mind and emotions, as well as maintain physical health. These Yoga methods have been practiced for more than 5,000 years giving benefits and health to generations of people.
Today, Yoga has developed has become a widely practiced physical and mental exercise in the world, because it is highly prized for its obvious effects on alleviating psychological pressure and maintaining physical health. With easy-learning skills to control postures, breathing and meditating, the Yoga is certainly an exercise that leads us into a harmonious state of mind and body. With Yoga, we will achieve the unity of mind and body and gradually reach our full potential.
The Center will arrange well-known Yoga teachers in Nepal and India for beginners and enthusiasts.