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Yoga or Yog comes from the Sanskrit term yuj and means to join or unite. Yoga as we know it today has taken up many diverse forms. You might have heard of vinyasa, macro, aerial, Bikram and bhakti yoga. The foundational and traditional type of yoga is called Hatha Yoga. Let’s look at the history of yoga and find out where it comes from: The early writings about yoga were passed onwards on palm leaves. The development of yoga can be traced to around 5000 years ago. It is very likely that yoga was first mentioned around 8000 years ago. Have you heard of the Vedas? The Vedas are four ancient texts written about 5000 years ago: Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Ayur Veda and Atharva Veda. The word yoga was first mentioned in the Rig Veda. The Indian sage Patanjali shared his knowledge about yoga in the Patanjali Yog Sutras 2000
years ago. The Sutras provide a philosophical approach to overcoming human suffering. In the Patanjali Yog Sutras, you will learn how to gain mastery over the mind and emotions. The 196 Sutras (threads) advise on how to grow spiritually towards enlightenment. During a Yoga Teacher Training in India, you will not only learn practical aspects of yoga, but also study in-depth the philosophy and history of yoga. The Patanjali Yog Sutras: Four Chapters on Freedom is a popular textbook in a Yoga Teacher Training in India. If you want to learn all about yoga, both theoretically and practically, we recommend you to join ourYoga Teacher Training in India. During our Yoga Teacher Training in India, you will cover all major and minor aspects of yoga. You will understand the history of yoga and become familiar with what great Sage Patanjali shared with us 2000 years ago. Overcoming human suffering and freeing yourself from fluctuating emotions can be a life-enriching and transformational experience. During the Yoga Teacher Training in India, our team ensures the best possible learning environment for you.Here we have listed for you our different Yoga Teacher Training India Programs:

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