How you show up for yourself
is how you show up for the world.
The practices of yoga are divinely inspired techniques that help us systematically liberate ourselves from
anger, fear, and delusion.
Often yoga is taught as a physical practice, but it is so much more than that.
When you practice regularly, the tools of meditation, pranayama, and ethical conduct become like a mirror to see yourself in.
Even the same exact practice repeated over and over has the power to reveal to you the variety of ways you show up in different parts of your life.
Through your practice, you tap into the part of yourself that is consistent, unwavering, and already free, so you are able to meet
whatever comes up in your life.
Most of us don’t know
where to start or how to bring
these ancient practices into our modern lives.
While your practice can look like whatever you want to create, having a guide with you along the way is essential.
It’s not that I have something that you don’t have; we all need some support to grow.
My support came in the form of connecting with my teacher, Sri Dharma Mittra.
Sri Dharma constantly encourages us to make our practice an offering. When we renounce the fruits of our actions, we not only liberate ourselves, but also create an environment where liberation is possible for all beings everywhere.
This is why I created a learning center for students. This site has enough flexibility to adapt to whatever your life needs, while also providing opportunities for the personal connection we all need, no matter where you are in the world.
This site is an offering
What you'll find:
Everything is offered freely, without conditions, expectations of return, or any ownership of the teachings that have been carried through antiquity.
Complete yoga practices (pranayama, asana, meditation, and relaxation) for beginner to advanced practitioners
Library of over 100 classes to choose from
Over 20 recorded meditations
Recorded yoga nidra (deep relaxation)
Recorded community “Ask Aqeel" that help ground these teachings into everyday life
Plenty of bad jokes and mistakes to remind you that you're human and so am I