Dimple Bindra
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Yoga is an ancient Indian body of knowledge that dates back more than 5000 years ago. The word "Yoga" came from the Sanskrit word "yuj" which means "to unite or integrate." Yoga then is about the union of a person's own consciousness and the universal consciousness.

Ancient Yogis had a belief that in order for a person to be in harmony with themselves and their environment, they have to integrate the body, the mind, and the spirit. For these three to be integrated, emotion, action, and intelligence must be in balance. The Yogis formulated a way to achieve and maintain this balance and it is done through Yoga Postures, Proper Breathing, and Meditation - the three main Yoga structures.

In Yoga, the body is treated with care and respect, for it is the primary instrument in a person's work and growth. Yoga Postures improve circulation, stimulate the abdominal organs, and put pressure on the glandular system of the body, which can generally result in better health.

Breathing techniques were developed based on the concept that breath is the source of life. In Yoga, students gain breathing control as they slowly increase their breathing. By focusing on their breathing, they prepare their minds for the next step - Meditation.

There is a general misconception that in Meditation, your mind has to go blank. It doesn't have to be so. In Meditation, students bring the activities of the mind into focus resulting in a 'quiet' mind. By designing physical poses and Breathing Techniques that develop awareness of our body, Yoga helps us focus and relieves us from our everyday stress.
What is Meditation?

It is freedom of thought. A state of no mind, it is a state of pure consciousness with no contents; it’s the activation of natural seeing activity of the self or pure consciousness.
Dimple Bindra, born in the U.A.E and raised in U.S.A, was exposed to yoga at a very young age. As someone who started practicing at the age of 18, her interest soon took her to the birthplace of yoga. There, under the towering shadows of the Himalayas, she immersed herself into the life of a yogi as it was 2000 years ago.