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How Many Types Of Yoga Are There?


Founded in India thousands of years ago, yoga is now a world-spread craze. It is a practice that emphasizes the connection of mind, body, and spirit. It has one final goal - reaching enlightenment and becoming one with God. Today, there are many types of yoga, but the most popular ones are Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Kundalini, Jivamukti, Yin, Power, Bikram, Iyengar and Kripalu yoga. Although they all have their specific features, the benefits are similar. Physical and mental benefits of yoga are now researched by science and proven by thousands of devoted practitioners worldwide.

Yoga’s History And Philosophy. What Hides Behind The Practice


Humans are exceptional beings who have accomplished the amazing. We are forever observing the world. Our curiosity about nature, space and ourselves has allowed us to create and discover the imaginable. India has 6000 years of known history focused on the philosophy of the mind. In ancient India, seers would study the attributes of human nature, how our senses help us to understand the world around us. The mind, however, is more complex and is forever entangled in the material realm. No matter how much we develop, the mind is still one of life’s biggest unanswered mysteries and is essential in balancing human pleasure, pain, sadness and happiness.

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