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  1. Hatha Yoga

    It is similar to a diving board – preparing the body for purification, so that it may be ready to receive higher techniques of meditation. The word "Hatha" comes from "Ha" which means Sun, and "Tha" which means Moon. Hatha ...
  2. Gnana Yoga

    The Path of Knowledge The path of knowledge is the experiential knowledge of the Self. Though one begins on this path by reading scriptures and listening to the Wise, the knowledge flows from within by the Grace. “Knowledge of the Self brings the mind b ...
  3. Bhakti Yoga

    The Path of Devotion God's love is unconditional. Acknowledging that love and reflecting it back is devotion. The blossoming of devotion towards God is the sweetest experience one can have. Devotion means being in a state of complete surrender to G ...
  4. Karma Yoga

    The Path of Selfless Service Karma Yoga is the path of ‘action’, of putting in 100 percent effort, without being attached to the outcome. Karma yoga can be applied to everything you do: from the most trivial, ordinary tasks to greater, more challenging ...
  5. Breathing Techniques

    Breathing Techniques How long can you live without food- for some days? How long can you live without the breath – a few minutes perhaps? Breath is Life, without breathing, we would cease to exist! This is how important Breath is to our Life. How long c ...
  6. Yoga and the Mind

    All is well, when the mind feels well. yogaandmind.jpg Hence in yoga, great importance is given to the wellness of the mind. Regular practice of yoga, benefits the mind in the following ways: Yoga increases peace of mind Yoga improves alertness and clar ...
  7. Yoga for Seekers

    Padmasadhana A yoga seeker (sadhak) needs the right direction to progress on the path. One such invaluable tool to deepen a yoga seeker’s practice is Padmasadhana. Padmasadhana is a beautiful package of Yoga asanas, pranayamas, and meditation, that enab ...
  8. Yoga After Meals

      After meals Vajrasana is good as it aids digestion. Yoga can be practiced 3 hours after a full mean, 2 hours after a medium meal or 1 hour after a fruit.             0 0 ...
  9. Yoga Before Meals

    yogabeforemeals.jpg All these Asanas can be done before meals Marjrasan Shishuasan (Child posture) Konasan Katichakrasan Utkatasan Chakkichalana (Grindingasan) Paschimotanasan Ardh Salbhasan Purn Salbhasan Bhujangasan Viprit Salbhsan Dhanurasan Naukasan ...
  10. Yoga for Detoxification

    There are many asanas that specifically remove toxins, and other wastes from the body. Get started with these asanas and pranayamas. Neck Rotation Shoulder Rotation Kapalbhati Pranayama Pawan Mukta Asana Setu Banda asana (Bridge pose) Neck Rotation Step ...
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