My title Supatha Yoga | REIKI | Personal Fitness Supatha Yoga and Personal Fitness Supatha Yoga Supatha - Mind | Body Healing


“Yoga” simply means union or balance,
the interconnection of the body and
mind through the breath.  Through the
eons, many forms and approaches to
yoga had been developed, but only a
few became popular in the West.

A combination of varying degrees of
yoga postures and breath control is
known as “Hatha Yoga.”  This particular
type of yoga was designed to help
quiet your body and mind in order to
create both a relaxed physical and
emotional state…
Brief History of Yoga
The word, YOGA, is derived from Sanskrit,
one of the world’s most ancient
languages.  Yoga - noun
In its simplicity, means:  
“A bringing together of the parts,
in order to create a union or
balance of a person’s
body, breath, mind, and spirit.”
Unquestionably, our contemporary
western concept of yoga has little, if
anything, to do with anyone’s religion or
belief system.
.

However, it must be said that our
western approach to yoga is but a small
part of the original “yoga” developed
thousands of years ago in the South of
India by a high religious order of male
Hindu priests.  They lived a strict and
disciplined lifestyle.
.

Through the millennia, the “yogis” as
they were known, were vegetarians,
wore minimal clothing, and lived literally
close to the earth
learning directly from nature.     
Animals, the yogis observed,
showed little fear or anxiety;
but when they did, it did not last long
because animals; they surmised,
did not appear to worry about the past
or future.
They observed that the bodies of animals
were;
.

• Perfectly balanced.

• Exhibiting flexibility, strength and
endurance
.

• Living in Harmony with their environment..

• When hungry, the animals ate.  When
tired, they rested.
.

• And when injured, animals fasted, sought
refuge in a quiet place and stayed until
they healed, or died.
setstats
yoga in Flemington NJ, Yin Yoga, Yoga classes in Frenchtown NJ, Private Yoga Instruction in Frenchtown NJ, Yoga in Frenchtwon NJ, Yoga Therapy in Frenchtown NJ, Reiki in Frenchtown NJ, Yoga instruction in Frenchtown NJ, Fitness classes in Frenchtown NJ, Personal Trainers in Frenchtown NJ, Yoga in NJ,  
Yoga in Frenchtown NJ,  Yoga studio in NJ, Yoga studio in Flemington NJ, Yoga studio in Hunterdon county NJ, Pilates in Flemington NJ, Pilates in NJ, Pilates in Frenchtown NJ,Pilates Studio in Flemington NJ, Pilates studio in Frenchtown NJ, Pilates studio in NJ, Yoga in Hunterdon County NJ, Pilates in Hunterdon County
NJ, Fenchtown Yoga, Frenchtown Pilates, Yoga in New Jersey, Pilates in New Jersey, Vinyasa yoga, Hatha yoga, Therapeutic yoga, Pre Natal yoga, Gentle yoga, massage, Iyengar yoga, Integral yoga, Yoga in Kingwood NJ, Pilates in Kingwood NJ, Yoga in NYC, Pilates in NYC,Yoga for Beginners, Introduction to
yoga, Yoga in Frenchtown NJ,yoga in Flemington NJ, Yoga classes in Frenchtown NJ, Private Yoga Instruction in Frenchtown NJ, Yoga in Frenchtwon, Yoga Therapy in Frenchtown NJ, Reiki in Frenchtown NJ, Yoga instruction in Frenchtown NJ, Fitness classes in Frenchtown NJ, Personal Trainers in Frenchtown NJ,
Yoga studio in Flemington NJ, Pilates in Frenchtown NJ, Yoga in Hunterdon County NJ, Pilates in Hunterdon County NJ, Frenchtown Yoga, Frenchtown Pilates, Vinyasa yoga in Frenchtown, Hatha yoga in Frenchtown, Pre Natal yoga in Frenchtown, Iyengar yoga in Frenchtown, Pilates in Frenchtown, Yoga in NYC,
Beginner Yoga in Frenchtown, Yoga in Frenchtown NJ, Yoga classes in Frenchtown NJ, Equine Yoga, Equine Reiki, Equine Reiki  in Frenchtown NJ, yoga in frenchtown nj, yoga in frenchtown, yoga teacher in frenchtown, the best yoga in frenchtown, find the best yoga in Frenchtown, leading yoga teacher in new
jersey, experienced yoga teacher in frenchtown, group yoga in Frenchtown, therapeutic yoga in Frenchtown, lakshmi devi yoga, skilled yoga teacher in Frenchtown, top yoga teacher in Frenchtown
© 1993-2028 Supatha Yoga | REIKI |  Personal Fitness...A Place for Health and Healing
NYC, NJ, The Lehigh Valley, PA #: 212-252-4388
Email...Lakshmi@SupathaYoga.com
From generation to generation, for thousands of years,
and in concert with a deeply involved system of
spiritual practices, “exercising the body in order to
center the mind was only a part of their system.
.

The yogis, however, developed and codified their
system of exercises that emulated the perfection of
nature.  The ancient yoga texts described how their
intense practices enhanced both their health and
spirituality: allowing them to merge with Universal
Consciousness.
.

A person who practices yoga today, in no way needs
to be Hindu. “Yoga” in and of itself, has absolutely
nothing to do with Hinduism or with anyone’s religion.
.