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Yoga and Meditation

Naad Yoga

“There is no song or music without Nada, there are no musical notes without Nada, there is no dance without Nada and the world is filled with the essence of Nada”. Naad Yoga is an alchemical process involving sound & emotions, transforming the lead of our life experience into the gold of self-realization. It is the yoga of sound. All experience has a sound – whether expressed aloud or not – and the mastery of that sound, that vibration within ourselves enables us to shape our experience and our life.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is the science of harmonizing Pingala and Ida; or the solar and lunar energies within us so as to prod our higher consciousness to life. Hatha Yoga is part of Raja Yoga. Raja Yoga is the physical approach to Yoga, also known as Classical Yoga or Ashtanga Yoga (eight limbed yoga).

According to Yogic lore, Shiva has been seen as the first yogi or ādiyogi and the first guru or ādiguru. Interestingly, modern scholars have noted and marvelled at the close parallels found between ancient cultures across the globe. However, it was in India that the Yogic system found its fullest expression.


The presence of Yoga is also available in folk traditions, Vedic and Upanishadic heritage, Buddhist and Jain traditions, Darshanas, epics of Mahabharata including Bhagavad-Gita and Ramayana, theistic traditions of Shaivas, Vaishnavas and Tantric traditions.  Though Yoga was being practiced in the pre-Vedic period, the great sage Maharishi Patanjali systematised and codified the then existing Yogic practices, its meaning and its related knowledge through Patanjali's Yoga Sutras.

Hatha yoga consists of 6 practises: asana, pranayama, bandhas, mudras, kriyas, and mantras.

It has various benefits like improving flexibility, strengthening muscles, etc.