Hatha Yoga Pradhipika - Swami Satyananda Saraswati
Art of Joyful Living - Swami Rama
Light on Yoga - B. K. S. Iyengar.
Yoga Anatomy - Leslie Kaminoff
Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha
Yoga Anatomy - Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews
Patanjali Yoga Sutras - by Patanjali
Yoga Therapy - Mark Stephens
Yoga as a concept is a multidisciplinary tradition passed on through generations from over five millennia. Some call it a science, some call it an art, some consider it a sport, and some believe it's a philosophy to live by. All of them are true in their own. Yoga educates the individual on personal development by guiding them towards a harmonic mind-body-soul bond thus creating a perfect balance within and without. It empowers stability in all aspects of the body. Such a vast area of study certainly takes a lifetime to master.
Yoga has certainly gained astounding popularity over the years on a global scale. Earlier, not everyone would have the time or resources to embark on a Yogic journey. However, Yoga Alliance USA found a way to condense eons of knowledge into plausible courses with preset hours of mandatory education. This non-profit organization serves as an accreditation facility that mandates Yoga TTCs and sets a certain code on how Yoga Schools function. In this era where every other street has a Yoga Studio, the factor of authenticity is decided by a Yoga Alliance accreditation. If a Yoga school or a Yoga teacher is certified by the Yoga Alliance, it denotes that they have complied with rigorous standards and have proved themselves as genuine Yogis.
The Yogic food we provide at Arogya Yoga School during your Yoga classes is testament to that. You are in for a treat with a variety of vegetarian delights. Our menu comprises of simple yet elegant Indian traditional meals which are prepared and served with a special ingredient: love. It is a perfect blend of taste and nutrition, even if it is vegetarian. You will get your daily requirement of proteins and calories from an assortment of preparations with lentils, legumes, and veggies. All the ingredients are organic and add more taste to your palate. We even have Gluten free and Vegan options for you if you inform us in advance.
What is Pranic food? : Please Avoid Outside and restaurant Food During Yoga Course. After Complete Course You might have visited an Indian restaurant in your country and had a different experience than what you are used to. Everyone thinks Indian food is spicy and greasy, but that's not always the case