Yoga Spectrum: Unity in Diversity
"When I practice, I am a philosopher. When I teach, I am a scientist. When I demonstrate, I am an artist." B.K.S. Iyengar
The spectrum is originally a term from physics. There are three definitions:
1.) Ribbon in the rainbow colors, which is created when white light falls through a glass prism and is thus broken down into the individual wavelengths that make it up
2.) Totality of the vibrations of electromagnetic waves of a certain frequency range
3.) rich variety
My yoga offer covers a wide spectrum, but again focuses on the physical aspect of yoga. My main concern is to refine body awareness and understand the body as a source that enables and promotes creative work. Meditations are only marginally incorporated into the practice. I am familiar with Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga and Karma Yoga as they are taught in Integral Yoga, but they do not play an essential role in my teaching.