I travelled to the North of India to a town called Tapovan, translated to 'forest of the yogi's' to study at an Ashram called the Anand Prakash Yoga Ashram, under the teachings of Yogi Vishvaketu. He taught a method of teaching called Akhanda Yoga, which means 'whole' or 'indivisible', and as a style it aims to bring the student to realise this whole is what we already are. It includes all aspects of yoga; meditation, mantra, postures, visualisation and breath practice. The intention with this style of yoga is to touch on all layers of a person, in the mind body and spirit. The practitioner will leave the class feeling calm, centered, and with a feeling of inner and outer peace.