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Yoga Retreats and TTC in Nepal and India: Yoga in Nepal, yoga teacher training, Retreats and Workshops Varanasi and Everest, Kathmandu Valley with Yogi-Nomad

The word “Hatha” is made up of “Ha” – sun and “tha” – moon. So, Hatha yoga literally means sun and moon joining together as 1. The sun and moon represents the masculine (sun) and feminine (moon) principles as the opposing polarities of existence. For example, black and white, heaven and earth, active and passive, yin and yang. This emphasis on polarising opposites represents the duality of nature and also the human desire to seek union, wholeness and balance between the thoughts, entire body and soul. When these are in balance, you have ideal well being, energy and vitality.

The traditional meaning of the word ‘yoga’ originates from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’ meaning to yoke, union, join together as 1. Traditionally speaking, the goal of yoga exercise would be to accomplish union, connection with the Divine. In more general terms, yoga is seen as a practical method to assist you accomplish a state of inner balance, wholeness and calm into your life.

In any physical level, yoga exercise actually is really effective for cases of disorders. Yoga exercise exercises assists practitioners to treat illnesses like blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, digestive disorders, fatigue, bad posture, heart conditions and asthma. It revitalizes the heart, brain, muscles, nerves and increases vitality.



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