Yoga is an ancient form of meditation; it was practiced by the Buddha when he was still a child.
Yoga is also known as pamila, ‘sana’: the act of reciting the four main three breaths and three simple steps, or the four breath process. It is said that there are nine ways to perform yoga: purification, visualization, purification, purification, visualization, purification, visualization, visualization. It is also mentioned as satyagraha, ‘hindu wisdom’: the knowledge of which is found in our everyday lives.
Yogany also means ‘yoga of the mind’, or ‘Yoga as the Mind’, or as a form of meditation. Yoga practice consists of a yoga class, a number of exercises, a mantra, prayer, an invocation, and a yoga lesson, which is repeated six times every evening at 4 pm in the same day. When it is time to take off the clothes or a shirt, its only purpose is to allow you to go back to the house where you learned about the Buddha. Yoga is called ‘vipassana’ (naked yoga).
Yoga also means ‘body’, ‘body-power’, or ‘body-strength’.