There are many reasons to practise yoga and meditation. For at least 2,500 years, people from several spiritual traditions have turned to these practices as a way of finding meaning in life and transcending their existence and social circumstances. Also, scientific research has attempted to demonstrate, sometimes successfully, the social, physical and psychological benefits of many of such practices. Nevertheless, our knowledge of yoga and meditation is still in its infancy. Thus, some teachers aim at achieving integration between ancient and modern practices as well as a balance between traditional and scientific knowledge to provide meaningful experiences and more reliable positive outcomes for their students. That’s what you’ll find in the classes at Yogin.