The word yoga means "union" in Sanskrit, the language of ancient India where yoga originated. We can think of the union occurring between the mind, body and spirit.


What is Yoga


YOGA ASANAS - Yoga Poses Index


History of Yoga


Hatha Yoga - The Physical Path


Raja Yoga, Oneness through Meditation


Jnana Yoga - The Yoga of Wisdom


BHAKTHI YOGA – The Yoga of devotion/worship of a higher power


TANTRA YOGA - Demystified


The Four Ashramas of Yoga


Mechanism of Mantra Yoga


Definitions of Yoga


Surya Namaskar


Bhakti yoga: the science of self-realization


What is Bhakti Yoga?


Shivagama Tantra Yoga


Hatha Yoga - Introduction


Hatha Yoga Opening Mantras with Audio


Nauli - Turning of the Abdominal Muscles


Use a Neti Pot Without No Danger


Basti and Shanka Prakshalana - Complete Cleansing of the Intestines


Bhakti Yoga - Paths of yoga


Karma Yoga - Four paths of yoga


Raja Yoga - Four paths of yoga


The Great path Jnana Yoga or right knowledge (Gyana Yoga)


Life in Yoga Breathe


Yoga for Cyclists - How to take your joy-rides to a new level


NATURE OF THE SELF - Philosophy of Yogi


The Philosophy of Kriya Yoga


The Psychology of Kriya and Kundalini Yoga


Yogamaya - director of loving spiritual pastimes


INDIAN YOGA .VS AMERICAN YOGA


SADHANA - The Vedic Spiritual Practices


THE SUPREME LORD with YOGA


UNDERSTANDING YOGA AND GLOSSARY


The Ashtanga Yoga


The Fundamentals of Ashtanga Yoga Asanas


The Benefits of Ashtanga Yoga


Keeping - Healthy Nose


THE BIKRAM YOGA


International Day of Yoga




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Prof: Koti Madhav Balu Chowdary

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