I am on a journey to inject Yoga into Cambodia. I became a qualified Yoga teacher after completing my 200 hour teacher training in July 2014 on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand at Vikasa Yoga Retreat. Vikasa means evolution, or spiritual development, when translated from Sanskrit. The concept of “evolution of yoga” is based on the notion that everything in the world evolves constantly, including human beings. Our primary goal as a human race and that of any living organism is evolution, and yoga can be seen as a tool to facilitate such evolution in any given individual. The practice of yoga itself changes with time and place, as new techniques are being introduced. The approach is becoming more technical, precise and scientific. Any definition of it as a system or style seems to be a limitation in itself. The Vikasa yoga style offers the “Evolution of Yoga”. The approach is an ever evolving process, which anyone can be a part of, rather than a complete static system. The style is based on integrating deep core work with precise alignment, combining active dynamic exercises from different disciplines. It includes static poses from classic hatha yoga schools, as well as dynamic pressure and deep relaxation. It explores ha-tha or the yin and yang concept to its maximum potential.