“Yoga is not an addiction, It’s a self-transformation that comes from non-expectation.”
The great sage Patanjali has defined Yoga as a means of controlling the fluctuations of the mind, the intellect and the ego.
For the past three and a half decades, Sri H.S.Arun has practised and taught the art and science of Yoga.
As guided by Guruji himself, the aim of the institute is to develop sensitivity in intelligence and self-attention that make one’s well being, both mentally and physically sound and secure.
The word ‘Yoga’ may evoke different images in different minds. There is a confused notion about yoga in the minds of ordinary people. In order to clear this confusion, let us examine the true meaning of ‘Yoga’ and what “Ashtanga Yoga” is all about. The word ‘yoga’ is of Sanskrit origin, derived from the root ‘yuj’, which means ‘to merge or unite’. Yoga may be defined as the union of the soul with the eternal truth. Through the practice of Yoga, an individual in search of self-realization can achieve his goal.