What is Yoga? Yoga means union of the mind, body and spirit with the Divine and while this refers to a certain state of conciousness both individual and Universal, it is also a method to help one reach that goal.

We teach a traditional, exact and easy-to-learn system that aims at naturally achieving the goal through creating a healthy body and mind that leads to spiritual evolvement.

Based in the teachings of
Swami Sivananda, Swami Vishnudevananda summarized the yoga philosophy in 5 principles or the Five Points of Yoga which make the complex teachings of yoga easier to understand:


  1. Proper Exercise (Asanas) - Yoga poses help develop a strong, healthy body by enhancing flexibility and improving circulation.
  2. Proper Breathing (Pranayama) - Deep, conscious breathing reduces stress and many diseases.
  3. Proper Relaxation - Helps keep the body from going into overload mode, easing worry and fatigue.
  4. Proper Diet - Eating simple, healthy and vegetarian foods that are easy to digest notably have a positive effect on the mind and body, as well as the environment and other living beings.
  5. Positive Thinking (Vedanta) and Meditation (Dhyana) - These are the true keys to achieving peace of mind and eliminating negativity in our lives.


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​​​Daniel Subramanya de Luis

Daniel grew up in Brockville, Ontario, Canada. With a background in martial arts and fitness, he began practicing yoga to combat chronic back pain and the stress typically accompanied with it. Practicing yoga since 1999, Daniel studied under various teachers and styles until he found his way to a Sivananda ashram where he attained his teachers training certification. Free from pain now Daniel has taught in Europe, Mexico, U.S. and Canada. With a great admiration for the traditional spiritual style of this ancient science and over 20,000 hours of teaching experience, Daniel practices a Yogic lifestyle encouraging students to live in the moment by focusing on the breath throughout their practice. Through the breath we can create space in the body and mind tap into the vast amounts of energy locked away, waiting to be released. Classes are taught in the classic Sivananda style combining mind and body control in a spiritual setting through hatha yoga.