i-SKY has earned a reputation since 1996 as a yoga school – primarily as a School of Kundalini Yoga. We have always promoted a broad definition of yoga as the means to achieve awareness or self realisation.
A conscious yoga practice begins and ends with the question, “Who am I?” We view genuine holistic or religious practice as paths of yoga in that broad sense and believe that one path can be as good as any other – although some may be more suited to one than another.
We do not think of Kundalini as a path of yoga but rather as the energy of transformation which is common to every path or as the point of awareness where all paths meet.
The contemporary variations of yogic paths from Ashtanga to Zen are too numerous to define but may broadly be defined as arising from nine:
- Bhakti the yoga of devotion
- Hatha the yoga of the body
- Jnana the yoga of wisdom
- Karma the yoga of service
- Kundalini the yoga of latent spiritual awareness
- Mantra the yoga of sound
- Raja the yoga of the mind
- Tantra the yoga of polarity
- Yantra the yoga of vision