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Hindu discipline aimed at training the consciousness for a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquility that is achieved through the three paths of actions and knowledge and devotion

a system of exercises practiced as part of the Hindu discipline to promote control of the body and mind

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She said: "I've always been fit and do an 8am Ashtanga yoga or Pilates class at my local gym three or four times a week.
Joelle Pettitt, 33, has been teaching Ashtanga yoga to Debbie for a year in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
Both are authorized teachers of the Ashtanga Yoga method of Sri K.
Ashtanga Yoga has potential to be an alternative physical activity to prevent osteoporosis; however, there is a lack of randomized controlled trials with bone outcomes, especially in premenopausal women.
schools' from Ashtanga yoga and Krishnamacharya yoga mandiram to Iyengar yoga' are in Dujiangyan to hold workshops ranging from the benefits of pranayama and surya shakti to' yoga for pregnancy'.
I first tried Ashtanga Yoga where I learned how to do headstands.
Ashtanga yoga poses are quite fast-paced and give the entire routine almost a dance-like feel.
Ashtanga yoga poses quite fast-paced and the entire routine almost dance-like feel.
And his girlfriend, an Ashtanga yoga instructor, liked being in a place where nearly everyone practices yoga.
After trying several different styles she settled on Ashtanga yoga, a system that follows a set series of poses and is more rigorous than other forms like Hatha yoga.
Ashtanga yoga, after which the class is modeled, comes from the Hindu religion, which Bentz feels violates the family's religious beliefs.
I had done Ashtanga yoga and pilates and I ran and I thought I was fit.
The novel takes place in a saturated postmodern environment with an abundance of damaged characters who are eccentric or simply seeking a new opportunity in life, such as Sandra, the ashtanga yoga and Tibetan kung-fu instructor who lives in Mexico illegally; Tony, the ex-drug addict who builds sound systems for the hotel aquariums with help from computers; Mario, the manager, who sees himself as a New Age guru; and Ginger, an American diver who is the member of an extreme-sport dub named Cruci/Fiction.
The lunchtime class programme consists of Ashtanga yoga, Hatha yoga, pilates and tai chi.