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When we talk about Yoga in general, it is assumed that we are mentioning about Dhyana yoga.
Yoga Practice is mainly divided into two streams:
1. Hathayoga, which mainly talks about Asana, Mudra, Bandha, Pranayam and Nadanusandhan, and Nadanusandhan
2. Patanjalyoga also known as Rajayoga, which talks about Dharana, Dhyan and Samadhi and many other concepts.
Hathayoga is the first step towards Rajayoga.
Kriya Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Tantra, Laya Yoga, Nada Yoga, Mantra Yoga,Bhakti Yoga, etc. are branches or combinations of these Yoga streams.
When we talk about Yoga in general, it is assumed that we are mentioning Dhyana Yoga.
The process of joining the individual soul (Jeevatma) with the cosmic soul (Paramatma) is termed as Yoga. Yoga means a perfect balance, a perfect harmony of the pancha koshas.
Brahma is related to and compared to Nada in the Upanishads. Here Nada means vibrations, and Brahma means the Universe, the Cosmos. The purpose of yoga is to become one with the 'Nadabrahma', or go beyond duality.
Lectures, Training, Practical based workshops include Asana, Pranayam, Mudras, Meditations, Audio/Video Learning Sessions, study of Ancient Yogic Scriptures like Patanjal Yoga Sutras, Upanishads, Yoga Vasishtha, Bhagwat Geeta, Nada Yoga, Kriya Yoga and many more.