What does Yoga mean?

Hey there Beautiful Souls;

Yoga means the union of spirit, mind and body, according to the texts of the Bhagavad-Gita and the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

This philosophy of life teaches us that, through meditation, physical practice (what is known asanas), self-knowledge, service to others and devotion to God, we can achieve this union that is within each one of us, but that as we grow up it erodes, due to the experiences we face in life.

The United Nations decreed June 21 as the International Day of Yoga, a practice that began in India more than 5,000 years ago, and is currently performed on all continents.

Yoga continues to expand and fashion in the West, at a level that in 2016 alone in the United States it moved $ 16,000 in the industry related to classes, clothing, equipment and workshops, according to a study published by the Yoga Journal and the Yoga Alliance organization in 2020.

Likewise, the number of followers in the country went from 20.4 million to 36.7 million from 2012 to 2016, the research highlighted.

Yoga is for everyone, regardless of age, gender, weight, social class, or religion. You just need to have the willingness and desire to learn, breathe and a mat. This is a unique process where each person must be attentive to the limitations of their own body without getting discouraged, in addition to being patient with poses, since everything is progressive.

Last but not least;

We are in the third round of voting in the “I am Yoga Warrior 2022” competition, we are on the right track in order to advance into the Top 5; so please don’t forget how important your vote is today and every day during the “I am Yoga Warrior Competition 2022.”

I am grateful and continue to count on the support of all of you; to get to share my story (in Yoga Journal Magazine) of physical and emotional rehabilitation; after my accident in my last year of military career.

Also to receive resources that will allow me to continue integrating the resilience project through yoga in the local military community; simultaneously representing my fellow teachers in the local yoga community.

A community full of empathy and facilitation of love through service.

Please Cast your Vote at the link


Glenda Lee Santos; Retired Veteran and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

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