The intention of yoga-art is to provide an experience of yoga as an “art of being”, a way of life. This goes much further than Asana practice on a mat, the boarder between formal practice and everyday life becomes blurry.
The methods I offer for that are guided meditation, pranayama, philosophy, classical Hatha Yoga and yoga with flowing elements of Ashtanga.
Dan and Susan were a great inspiration for me:
“By organizing form we enhance the flow of energy. By directing energy we purify form. The dialectic of form and energy is mutually informative and interdependent. In the process of polishing form and energy we become more aware of our body, our mind and the world in which we live. We both awaken to our inner landscape and participate more fully in our lives and the world.”