|What is Yoga?|
Yoga is an ancient system that, with regular practice, leads both the body and mind towards a flexible, balanced condition.
|How does it work?|
A gradual progression of specific postures, breath control and relaxation techniques tones the body, conditions the glandular and nervous systems, steadies thought-processes, calms emotional reactivity and leads to emotional stability.
|Who is it for?|
Done properly, with respect and care, everyone can benefit from these simple, healthful practices.
|Is Yoga a religion?|
Yoga is a science. As taught at SKY,Yoga is strictly non-denominational, respecting and supporting the personal and religious beliefs of each participant.
|What is SKY Foundation?|
SKY is a non-profit foundation chartered in 1972 by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Since that time it has taught thousands of students a system faithful to the traditional Yoga discipline advanced by Kaivalyadhama, India's famed Yoga institution founded in 1924 by Swami Kuvalayanandaji, a pioneering exponent of the modern scientific approach to classical Yoga.
Dr. Vijayendra Pratap, a student of Swami Kuvalayanandaji, is founder/director of SKY Foundation, president of the Yoga Research Society and author of Beginning Yoga, Yoga Vision, Secrets of Hatha Vidya, and Stories Retold.
|Do you have any further questions?|
Contact SKY Foundation
If you do, call us at 215.574.9180, fax 215.247.8054,
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or write:
SKY Foundation, 339 Fitzwater Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147.