Yoga in Tunbridge Wells
Where does the word Yoga come from? Yoga originates from the Sanskrit Yuj or to Yoke meaning Union. Yoga is union of the mind, body and spirit. Hatha Yoga or the physical form of yoga uses a series of postures that leads to sense of physical and emotional well being. Yoga is much more than postural alignment and breathing.
Yoga is an ancient holistic system that balances energy within our entire being. Yoga is a science not a religion.It is a science for finding out ‘who you are’. The practice of yoga is a process of self discovery, letting go of everything that isn’t you, becoming who you are, not better but realer.Yoga is self healing for the mind and body.
Yoga brings awareness to the mind and body though attention to breathing, postural alignment, relaxation and meditation.
Yoga is suitable for everyone regardless if body type, strength or flexibility. It can be gentle, relaxing, explorative, dynamic or energising.
“Yoga should be an expression of Joy” BKS Iyengar.
The Patanjali Yoga Centre was founded by Sri Swami Indrananda Ji (Sri Indar Nath) in 1972 with a view to spreading the true message of Yoga in Great Britain and abroad. It was registered with the Charity Commission in 1982.
The Wellington Centre is a destination for those in search of natural and complementary health, wellbeing and relaxation.
They believe in positive health: helping you to create a balanced life and a healthy body, to help prevent health problems before they start, through good diet, posture, exercise, rest and emotional equilibrium.
Forget about a damp, dusty church hall, a school hall filled with the aroma of school dinners or that sweaty impersonal sports centre gym, the Yardley studio is located at 35a Yardley Park Road, Tonbridge, TN9 1NB.