Hatha Yoga courses in Shree Hari yoga School in India

Hatha Yoga courses Shree Hari yoga School in India, in Gokarna, South India

Hatha Yoga taught at Shree Hari yoga School in India is a classical method of asanas practice. This practice is held in regulation and observation of the body, breath, mind and the prevailing consciousness of ourselves.

This yoga is a process of purification

which unites the practitioner with the whole, the inner and outer Universe.
The body is an instrument, a tool for the soul to experience the world. Hatha yoga is the set of tools we use to tune, purify and adjust the subtle, gross and spiritual aspects of the body to make its passage in this world as harmonic as possible.

The word Hatha also means ‘force’ in Sanskrit

and may have this association because it is believed that its practice was challenging and ‘forced its results to happen’ on the yogi. The term Hatha yoga reflects to the physical techniques, from the older concept of Yoga.

In the west, the major yoga form are classified as Hatha Yoga which refers to the practice of physical postures. This means also your Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Iyengar and Power Yoga classes are all simply Hatha Yoga. We teach Hatha and all other Yoga at Shree Hari yoga School in India as Multi-Style Yoga School, because these yoga styles are different. The word ‘Hatha’ can be translated from Sanskrit as ‘willful’ or ‘forceful’ the yoga of action, and as the yoga of balance.

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Practices of Hatha Yoga are designed to align and calm your body, mind, and spirit in preparation for meditation.

The regular yoga practice emphasizes proper diet, processes to internally purify the body, proper breathing and its regulation particularly during the yoga practice, and the exercise routine consisting of asanas (bodily postures).

The methodology sometimes includes sequences such as the Surya Namaskara, or ‘sun salutation’, which consists of several asanas performed as a fluid movement sequence. The aims of Hatha yoga have traditionally been the same as those of other varieties of yoga. They include physical siddhis (special powers or bodily benefits such as slowing age effects) and spiritual liberation (moksha, mukti).

In the 20th century, the yoga techniques of Hatha is particularly the asanas (physical postures) became popular throughout the world as a form of physical exercise for relaxation, body flexibility, strength and personal concentration to focus the mind.

Hatha Yoga is a tool for holistic health, it is the first step you do, to reach higher stages of yoga, to experience your athma, your real self, samadhi – moksha.

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Ans.  :  We welcome you to India with warm greetings and love. Shree Hari Yoga offers free pickups from the nearest airport for our yoga students. For that, you need to inform us 2 days before about your flights so that we can arrange it in advance.

Ans. : To start your yoga training you don’t need any prior experience. You can join 200 hr yoga training without completing 100 hr yoga teacher training. Shree Hari Yoga helps you to recover and have a proper yoga practice.

Ans. : We are glad to know that you want to join the yoga teacher training. Please write an mail to us at namaste@shreehariyoga.in. You can also fill our Enroll form directly and we will reach you shortly.

Ans. : You will be provided a t-shirt from Shree Hari Yoga and it is compulsory to wear it during yoga practice. Shree Hari t-shirts will be free including Shree Hari, notepad, etc.

Ans. : You come 1 day before the classes begin and that night will be chargeable. To join the orientation program is compulsory, will be held on 1st day of classes at 11’O Clock.

Ans. : We do not take many students in any batch. To focus individualy we prefer 12 to 15 students in one group.

Ans. : We know that after doing yoga practice it requires more energy. At Shree Hari Yoga we offer 3 organic meals per day. We bought fresh fruits and vegetables from the local market that will give instant energy to you. We do not allow outside food in Yogashala, you can have it outside. Nearby places you will get pure vegetarian food. We offer enough diet that you will not require to go out for food.