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The acquirement and enjoyment of physical well-being, mental calm, and spiritual peace are priceless to their possessors. – Joseph Pilates

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“Yoga is a method for restraining the natural turbulence of thoughts, which otherwise impartially prevent all men, of all lands, from glimpsing their true nature of Spirit. Yoga cannot know a barrier of East and West any more than does the healing and equitable light of the sun. So as long as man possesses a mind with restless thoughts, so long will there be  universal need for yoga.”

– Parahansa Yogananda

“The conjunction of effort, concentration, and balance in yoga asana forces us to live intensely in the present moment, a rare experience in modern life.”

– B.K.S. Iyengar

“Guru is not merely a yoga teacher. He is the one who can enlighten your soul by the luminosity of his own revealed spirit. He reflects the brilliance of your spirit and what you see in him is actually your own self”

– Swami Muktibodhananda

“Body and mind are inseparably related, one to the other. If pleasure and pain are experienced by either the physical body or the sense organs, the mind will experience them as well. This is known to all. If the mind is in pain, the body loses weight, becomes weak and lusterless; if the mind is happy and at peace, the body thrives and develops a strength and luster beyond compare. It is for this reason that the method for concentrating the mind should be known”

– Sri K. Pattabhi Jois

“Stress accumulates in us everyday. If you do not know how to protect yourself, stress will overcome your mind and your body. We have become alienated from our body and rarely allow it to rest or restore itself. We need to learn how to listen to our bodies again”

– Thich Nhat Hanh