“Yoga is primarily a way of life, not something that is divorced from life.
Yoga is not inaction, but rather pure action with pure attitude.
Yoga is not running away from home and human habitation, but a process of molding one’s devotion to home, occupation and society with a new and divinely inspired understanding.
Yoga is not renunciation of life, but a spiritualization of life.
Controlling the mind and senses is fundamental to all yoga practice.
Yoga is never about becoming a human “pretzel,” nor is it meant for increasing sexual powers.
Yoga’s only purpose is to reawaken our divine nature and reunite us with God.”
— Priya Vrata
Author of “Food Yoga – Nourishing the Soul”