I firmly believe that yoga is not a sacred, stale thing but rather a living organism that takes the shape of what people need in their lives. Yoga will be different across cultures and teachers, and that's a good thing, because there is no "one way" that will lead to a happy and healthy life.
That's why I've chosen to create The Yoga Root, which is an interdisciplinary form of yoga, merging different forms of yoga practice (vinyasa, yin, nidra) with tai chi, philosophy and cognitive science. During my practice in tai chi and taoist philosophy, and my phd program in cognitive science, I saw how they are all connected; each contributing their own holistic flare. Combining them into what I teach makes sense.