What does fitness mean to you?

When you think of fitness, what comes to mind? In my martial arts past, fitness meant how long it took me to run two miles, the number of push-ups I could do within one minute, and how tired I was after three four-minute rounds of sparring. It’s different today. Now, the question is whether or not my body is an obstacle in my life.

At Adi Yoga of Nashville, fitness means more than just your weight or how much weight you can lift. For us, fitness means that whatever you want to do in your life, your body cooperates with you. To that end, we offer yoga in such a way that it can take your body from wherever it is right now to the peak of its potential.

The practice of Angamardana is a big step in that direction. “Angamardana” means gaining complete mastery over the body and is a fitness system rooted in yoga. It offers everyone the opportunity to invigorate the body and reach peak physical and mental health. True to its name, it revitalizes the body on all levels. It has no parallel.

“To have a body which cooperates with you, no matter what you wish to do, is a tremendous boon.” -Sadhguru