What Is Yoga?
Yoga is a discipline originated in India a few millennia ago. Its purpose is to help human beings to reach their maximum potential.
There are many kinds of yoga, yet all of them emphasize the importance of physical exercise, breath control and mental relaxation.
Hata yoga was the first to reach the western hemisphere. The gentleness of its movements makes it still very popular today.
It is especially indicated for people who have never exercised regularly and want to improve their flexibility.
Yogi Bhajan brought Kundalini yoga very recently to the western hemisphere. It is a powerful, dynamic and energetic type of yoga.
The word emotion means energy in motion. When we interact with other people we release an energetic response, which can be beneficial or destructive. These two kinds of energy give birth to thoughts, ideas, concepts and feelings that will become the basis of our personality, our inner world.
As time passes, we learn to take into account and make ours other people's emotions too. Such emotions,
and the thoughts that have sprung from them, can influence us a great deal although they are not part of our inner world.
It is our emotions that govern our life!
What Is Emotional Yoga?
Emotional Yoga is an original system developed by Agnidevi Agnese Mandetta, teacher of hata and kundalini yoga.
This new kind of yoga allows us to face our destructive, unwanted emotions and transform them into positive,
constructive ones by means of asanas, kriyas, guided meditations and other methods. Emotional Yoga is composed
by four sub categories, suitable for anyone at all, that allow us to work on specific unwanted emotions and behaviors.