„Yoga is possible for anybody who really wants it. Yoga is universal…. But don’t approach yoga with a business mind looking for worldly gain.“

Quoted in Kelsie Besaw, The Little Red Book of Yoga Wisdom, Skyhorse Publishing, 2013, p. 22 http://books.google.it/books?id=4BeNAgAAQBAJ&pg=PT22.

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K. Pattabhi Jois3
Indian yoga teacher 1915 - 2009

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„Exercises are like prose, whereas yoga is the poetry of movements. Once you understand the grammar of yoga; you can write your poetry of movements.“

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„When a person realizes peace inside by doing yoga, he will not smoke and get peace disturbed. The peace obtained by yoga is much higher than the pleasure of smoking.“

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„Yoga is not a religion. It is a science, science of well-being, science of youthfulness, science of integrating body, mind and soul.“

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