What is 'Esoteric' Yoga?
Founded by Serge Benhayon of Universal Medicine in the year 2000, Esoteric Yoga is a gentle modality with minimal movement. It is designed to support us with a space to stop, reconnect and feel what is going on; understanding that the way we move and flow has an impact on all that we do.
Esoteric Yoga is a therapy that supports us to develop a deeper awareness and relationship with our body through
simple movements, conscious presence and stillness.
Esoteric Yoga allows us to feel, acknowledge and accept what is really going on within our bodies, providing a new opportunity for a loving and deeply self-supportive way of living. It invites an open and honest approach with ourselves that does not critique or judge the honesty of what our body is sharing.
As women we have the opportunity to understand our health and well-being through listening to the inner wisdom of our body. It is this relationship with our body that supports us to restore a way of living in true health and vitality.
Listening to the body...
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How can it support you?
Esoteric Yoga can assist us to re-establish stillness, which is an inner quality and rhythm that we can all connect with. Stillness is our natural state of being. However, the level of drive, demands, busyness and emotional stress many women are living with today takes us away from this natural quality and rhythm of stillness. This way of living creates enormous pressure on the physiology of our bodies, placing strain on the nervous system, creating physical tension, pain, anxiousness, exhaustion and a myriad of subsequent health issues.
Esoteric Yoga allows us to feel our lifestyle patterns and the direct relationship these have with how we move and thus the impact on our physical body.
Esoteric Yoga assists us as women to take the time to reconnect with our movements, so that we may take better care of ourselves.
The more we connect with our body, the more we become aware of any emotional, mental or physical tension and ailments, such as sore lower back, tender breasts, period pain, tight neck, hip pain, mental drive, nervous tension, anxiousness, sadness, grief etc. These signs are the body’s way of communicating to us that something is out of balance and thus not in its natural rhythm.