The ‘Four Paths of Yoga’ provides individuals with a clear sense of direction in their yogic journey; improving holistic health / strength and also towards a yogic lifestyle that promotes peace and awareness, in order to counteract day-to-day trials and tribulations.
1. (also known as the yoga of action) teaches to act without egoist expectations in all endeavours of daily life home, work and school. Suitable path for those who are dynamic, outgoing and enjoy a certain sense of spiritual activism whilst helping others.
(also known as the Science of the mind) takes us on a comprehensive journey in understanding our mind and thoughts. Through mental control, we are able to gain control of the physical body and the life force energy known as prana. Most suitable for those who are interested in meditation and its effects on the mind.
(also known as the yoga of knowledge) is for those with strong intellectual tendencies, as it requires great strength of will and mind. Using Vedanta as a vehicle, the inquiry into the individual nature is the key to this arduous path. Usually approached after experience is gained in other areas of yoga, assisting the profound Self inquiry towards spiritual awakening.