A Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practiced for health and relaxation.
- ‘In the East yoga is much more than an exercise system.’
- ‘Prices include three four-course dinners, breakfast every day and five yoga classes.’
- ‘The yoga and tai chi classes alone provide sufficient exercise’
- ‘He's into yoga.’
- ‘A yogi, or yogin is one who practices yoga or who, in a more general sense, is a Hindu ascetic.’
- ‘There are a number of yoga for pregnancy classes available in North Yorkshire.’
- ‘Babies as young as six weeks are being supported through yoga postures by specially trained staff.’
- ‘Take up meditation and yoga so there is minimal steam to let off.’
- ‘We learn yoga and meditation but the practice slips away when you are caught up with work.’
- ‘This process is the only kind of yoga that you can actually practice by eating.’
- ‘Raja yoga is the yoga of meditation.’
- ‘Even in her 80s she kept up her yoga and dance classes, and could still perform a headstand.’
- ‘He practises yoga and he reads the Hindu bible.’
- ‘I have been to yoga classes twice and thought it was hard.’
- ‘A discipline such as yoga promotes fitness and bodily awareness.’
- ‘There are many ways to practise yoga beyond getting on a mat and moving through postures.’
- ‘I read books on yoga and Ayurveda.’
- ‘Every week, Rachel performs two nights in a club and teaches dance and yoga classes.’
- ‘It doesn't have to be about a specific daily yoga practice or philosophy or teacher.’
- ‘Take a dance or yoga class, or sign up at a gym and ask a trainer to help you use the weights.’
Sanskrit, literally union.
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