Jeevana speaks about life, living and their appliances. Jiva, the soul who resides in the body can control spirit with the help of Yoga. Pranadharana i.e., grounding the soul in the body with help of healthy process of respiration is called Jeevana. Respiration is synecdochically used in the context that accounts to all the lively phenomena.
Now, conventional yoga is more of a way of life, an ideal state of “being” which might not apply completely to the ubiquitous fast-lane living of today. There exists a need to possess a body in-tuned with one’s spirit to cope with the demands of the modern lifestyle. Recognising this requisite of human society, “Jeevana Yoga” was founded—a contemporary execution of ancient science.
Jeevana Yoga is based on the philosophy that ecstatic living is key. Considering life to be a pursuit of two emotions—1) the attaining of desired happiness and 2) the overcoming of unhappiness or pain, Jeevana Yoga intends to facilitate a means to achieve these basic desires of human beings; deeming that the attaining of these leads to bliss.
A sound body, sound mind is considered to be integral and hence, Jeevana Yoga purposes to help ground your soul in your body—thus diminishing the drift by encouraging a deeper consciousness of self and sensitivity to the senses of the body.
So, with its unique Hata Jeevana Vinyasa, holistic practice, Jeevana Yoga aims to stimulate and nurture a much needed life of sublime ecstasy.