“Unite and balance the opposing energy flows within your body through Hatha Yoga!”
This is probably the most commonly practiced of all the types of yoga. In fact, whenever people use the term “yoga”, they are probably referring to Hatha Yoga. It was first introduced in the 15th century in India by Yogi Swatmarama. It is from Hatha Yoga that other styles of Yoga such as Ashtanga Yoga, Power Yoga and Bikram Yoga developed from.
|2 in a Group||S$300|
|3 in a Group||S$360|
|4 in a Group||S$420|
|Term||:||4 sessions per month|
|Frequency||:||Once a week|
|Location||:||Your home or any convenient place|
What does “Hatha” mean?
The word “Hatha” is a combination of two words from the Sanskrit terms “Ha” and “Tha”. The word “Ha” refers to the “Sun” and “Tha” refers to the “Moon”. Hence, “Hatha” means to unite the sun and the moon or in other words, the positive and negative.
What is the purpose of Hatha Yoga?
Hatha Yoga aims to attain balance between the body and mind. It also focuses to free your mind through techniques such as physical poses, Asanas, Breathing, Pranayama and Meditation.
What are the benefits of Hatha Yoga?
Once you start practicing Hatha Yoga, you’ll realise that there are no boundaries. You’ll not just by physically fitter, but also mentally stronger.
Increased Flexibility & Strength
Hatha Yoga lets you unleash your true potential.
Hatha Yoga enables you to get away from the stressful environment we live in.
Cope Better in Stressful Situations
Hatha Yoga teaches you to become a calmer person, allowing your spiritual energy to flow freely. This will grant you more focus in the things you wish to achieve in life.
Hatha Yoga can help to overcome diabetes, hypertension, asthma and so much more!
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