Him Yog Sansthan
In Sanskrit “yogaḥ cittavṛtti nirodhaḥ”( The skill of yoga is demonstrated by the conscious non-operation of the vibrational modes of the mentoemotional energy).
yoga -Yoga is union of mind and body, a spiritual science of self realization. The root of yoga goes to India by an Indian sage PantaJali. 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 devotional. Concepts and practices of Yoga originated in India several thousand years ago. Although Yoga is said to be as old as civilization, there is no physical evidence to support this claim. Earliest archaeological evidence of Yoga's existence could be found in stone seals which depict figures of Yoga PosesIts founders were great Saints and Sages.
“In the practice of Yoga the ultimate aim is one of
self-development and self-realization”.
Modern day puts a lot of stress on the human body. This causes a lot of life style problems like obesity, hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes etc .People goes to doctor & take the treatment.But that treatment is so expensive and very harmful of that body.But as comperission to yoga treatment is not expensive and not harmful of your body.
In Patanjali Yoga Sutra, the eight fold path is called ashtanga, which literally means "eight limbs" (ashta=eight, anga=limb). Its objective is to assist the practitioner in using the breath and body to foster an awareness of ourselves as individualized beings intimately connected to the unified whole of creation. In short it is about making balance and creating equanimity so as to live in peace, good health and harmony with the greater whole The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali, approximately 200 AD. This sacred text describes the inner workings of the mind and provides an eight-step blueprint for controlling its restlessness so as to enjoying lasting peace.
In brief the eight limbs, or steps to yoga, are as follows:
Yama, which means social restraints or ethical values;
Niyama, which is personal observance of purity, tolerance, and study;
Asnas or physical exercises;
Pranayama, which means breath control or regulation;
Pratyahara or sense withdrawal in preparation for Meditation;
Dharana, which is about concentration;
Dhyana, which means Meditation; and
Samadhi, which means ecstasy.