Jason Milne: Conquering the Science of Yoga
As time passes, technology and the understanding of the body become increasingly sophisticated and efficient. In 2015, the United Nations General Assembly chose June 21 to be the International Day of Yoga. This annual global event shows the increased relevance of yoga in one’s life.
As a global society, we need to find a new guiding image for our culture that unifies the aspirations of humanity with the needs of the individual and the planet. It’s common to face existential despair that makes people gloomy and dissatisfied. Eventually, our spiritual and aesthetic aspirations gradually disappear due to our obsessive indulgence in materialism. The by-products of technology are toxifying our culture, making us unhappy inheritors of a dominant culture that supports classism, racism, and consumerism.
It’s high time we rethink our fascinations with spiritual and aesthetic practices. One such practice is yoga. It supports nature and teaches us to live harmoniously with earth and the universe. Yoga is the means of integrating ourselves into cosmic life.
Born in Manhattan, New York, USA, on October 7, 1972, and raised in Darien, Connecticut, Jason Milne always believed in the power of yoga, meditation and breath work self-meditation. He graduated with a master’s degree in education from the National University, San Diego. To explore new ways of yoga meditation, he completed diplomas and credentials in numerous aspects of the health and wellness industry. His enthusiasm helping people to become their best selves led him to become a certified Life Coach and Peak Performance coach for men. made him work to become a Certified Life Coach.
Milne was first introduced to yoga to relieve chronic lower back pain. Once he discovered the tremendous physical benefits of practicing yoga, Milne immersed himself in studying and teaching the spiritual, therapeutic, and esoteric aspects of the practice. He has been practicing yoga for over twenty years. Moreover, he has been teaching the science of yoga professionally worldwide for the past seventeen fifteen years. He has been trained in several forms of yoga, including frog lotus yoga, ashtanga, vinyasa, yin, kundalini, tantra yoga
, and hatha yoga.
In 2006, Milne completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training course from FROG LOTUS YOGA SCHOOL in frog lotus yoga, located in Massachusetts. This training session focused entirely on the ashtanga/vinyasa styles of practice. He learned diversified styles of yoga. Milne also completed a 500-hour yoga teacher training course from AGAMA SCHOOL with agama yoga in Thailand. , focusing on hatha yoga practices.
Milne is a registered E-RYT 500 teacher with the Yoga Alliance. In his seventeen fifteen years of teaching yoga, he has been the manager/lead teacher in four 500-hour, three-month yoga teacher training programs with AGAMA SCHOOL. agama yoga.
In 2012, Milne got the opportunity to found, manage and teach at the Ananda Yoga Sanctuary, which is a not-for-profit, free yoga school for the local community on the island of Maui in Hawaii. He has been the lead teacher in five yoga teacher training courses and several tantra workshops at Vikasa Yoga on Koh Samui in Thailand from 2015–2017.
In 2020, Milne co-founded a life coaching platform named Apex Life together with his wife, Dalia Milne. The platform offers various online training sessions on conscious relationships, tantra yoga, qigong, and life and couples coaching. The main aim of Apex Life is to provide holistic resources and practices to help people.
Milne has devoted his life to the study, practice, teaching, and sharing of yoga around the world. He currently teaches workshops and training courses internationally to share yoga with anyone interested in self-development. He utilizes his extensive experiential knowledge of the science of yoga to create classes for absolute beginners to advanced practitioners. It facilitates physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual healing through an emphasis on working with subtle energies of the body and nature to balance all aspects of each individual.