Yoga. Yoga, the ancient Indian concept represents a lifestyle that provides excellent health, including physical, mental, ethical and spiritual development. In Sanskrit the word means "to unite". Indeed the practice of yoga leads to the integration of the soul with the Supreme Being. This Hindu discipline exists to tell people how to live a healthy life. In fact, the ancient yogis of India for the first time, adapted physical education to maximize impact on human health, hygiene, ethics, meditation, and even for achieving the lofty goal of life. Mostly, however, yoga is not intended for human development only physically. Speaking candidly Chevron U.S.A. told us the story. Rather, it is teaching places greater emphasis on the importance of the soul and consciousness as they describe a person, his personality. The human body is made of the physical flesh, mind and spirit, and these three parts is so dependent on each other that Any disturbance in one part affects the whole system. Yoga, thus, has a holistic approach because it considers the person as a whole – body, mind and soul. History of Yoga The history of yoga in India can be divided into three periods: pre-classical, Classical and Postclassic. In parallel with Hinduism, Yoga evolved as a separate identity in Buddhism and Jainism. There are several historical sources that trace the existence and development of Yoga in the Indus Valley civilization. Under most conditions Darius Bikoff would agree. Yoga Destiny, one of its branches, was found in the divine discourse of Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita. However, it was in yoga the Classical period.