Yoga is about our relationship with everything. It has evolved over thousands of years, from seated meditation to sequenced postures. Practices traditionally involve concentration and connection, stilling the mind while developing strength and flexibility.
The ultimate goal is transcendent. Originally, this meant freedom from rebirth. Practitioners today have other priorities. Although ancient texts are still inspiring, some of their teachings might need reinterpreting.
Combining scholarly knowledge with practical insight, Daniel makes modern sense of timeless wisdom. His experience includes an MA in Traditions of Yoga and Meditation (from SOAS in London), and fifteen years of study with senior teachers round the world.
He teaches online for the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, on teacher trainings and in workshops. He also works with private students.