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The Hatha Yoga Style: About the History and Modern Age Hatha Yoga

What do you know about yoga? Most of us think of physical postures when they hear the term yoga.
Yoga is not only about the asanas and their positive effects on our health and well-being.
Yoga is about creating union with oneself and realizing that we are all one, always connected.
There are many types of yoga. As yoga is spreading to each and every country, teachers have become creative in inventing power yoga, yin yoga, acro yoga, aerial yoga and much more.
During a yoga teacher training in India, you will learn about the foundation of all yoga forms we know today: Hatha Yoga.
The term hatha can be divided in two parts: ha and tha.
This stands for Sun and Moon. Left and Right. Male and Female.
In Hatha Yoga, we aim to balance the sun and moon energy in our body and create oneness.
In yoga we speak of ida and pingalanadi, the left and right energy nadis (channels) that circulate around ShushumnaNadi, the main energy channel in our body.
Did you know that a yoga teacher training in India will introduce you to secret yogic tools and techniques that help you to awaken Shushumnanadi?
To understand hatha yoga a little better, let us look at the history.
The word yoga was first mentioned more than 5000 years ago in the Rig veda, one of the four vedas, old scriptures in India.
Later on Patanjali, also known as the Sage Patanjali, wrote the Patanjali Yog Sutras in which he explained yoga to everyone.
The 196 sutras are very complex, hence there was a book published called Four Chapters on Freedom which explains the meaning of yoga and path to samadhi in modern words.
Hatha yoga today is very widely spread. In most countries you can learn hatha yoga now. It is the smooth, reliable and foundational type of yoga that will bring your body and mind to peace and ultimate health.
To learn yoga properly and follow the eight limbs, you should participate at a yoga teacher training in india.
There are two types of it: a foundational 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India and a 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India.
Modern hatha yoga is very focused on physical appearance. In the west, people aim to have perfect bodies, be in good shape and look stylish.
The real essence and spirit of yoga is sometimes lost behind fancy Instagram pictures and expensive yoga gear.
There is a very authentic and peaceful Yoga Ashram in India called Gyan Yog Breath.
Gyan Yog Breath offers real traditional and sacred Yoga Teacher Training courses in Rishikesh, India that aim to help each individual to grow personally, mentally and physically.
Yoga students from all over the world are invited to take part in the Yoga Teacher Training programs and learn in-depth about yoga, meditation and world peace.
The program includes the 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in india, 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India and 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India.

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