Fruits of yoga is personal. There are yogis in need of a yummy-juicy asana practise. Others prefer a strong, challenging sequence in order to gain stillness. There are yogis loving the physical aspects, others prefer philosophical approach. There are yogis demanding hands-on adjustments, others are auditory learners.
Teachers usually use term “Namaste” after practise to end the class. They bow palms pressed together at the heart centre and students follow. But why? Etymologically, “Namaste” means: I bow down to you.
Motion Namaste represents the faith within each of our heart chakra.