Category: Hatha Yoga



 

Women’s Yoga VS Men’s Yoga

In the late 1980s, the number of men to women in any Yoga class was about one out of ten, or 10 percent. According to Mathew Solan,…

The Purpose of Hatha Yoga

asanas and pranayama are needed to reach the goal of Raja Yoga (chitta vritti nirodaha).

 
 

Teaching Meditation in Hatha Yoga

By incorporating a meditative approach in your classes, you will help your students to go deeper in their practice.

Feeling the Body from Within through Hatha Yoga

The greatest hindrance to feeling the body from within is the habit of putting emphasis on thinking. Hatha Yoga is not a thinking practice.

 
 

Hatha Yoga as Spiritual Practice

The goal of Yoga is to experience this innate nature and to allow that aspect of our being to guide the way to everything. At peace with ourselves, innately we are in a loving relationship to what is outside of us.

Mindful Asana

I realized that there is, indeed, no difference between my morning sitting meditation and evening asanas.

 
 

Introduction to Hatha Yoga by Swami Satchidananda

As the Yoga asanas and yogic breathing are practiced, increasing the vitality of the body, there will follow a considerable decrease in harmful acts such as smoking and drinking.

Physically Adjusting Asanas by Swami Asokananda

Physically adjusting our students can either disturb or enhance their experience, depending on how it is done and how it is received.

 
 

Hatha Yoga as Spiritual Practice by Swami Ramananda

The goal of Yoga is to experience this innate nature and to allow that aspect of our being to guide the way to everything. At peace with ourselves, innately we are in a loving relationship to what is outside of us. It is our nature to express love. When our action is an expression of love, there is joy in that.

Hatha Yoga as a Tool for Self-discovery by Swami Ramananda

In Hatha practice, we attempt to move and think about our movements in ways outside of our patterned thinking and moving. We practice being and acting free of our conditioning by moving with complete, non-judgmental awareness and in loving response to the capacity of the body in this moment only.

 

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