70 Hatha Yoga videos to clear your mind, regain focus and elevate your consciousness to achieve physical, emotional, and mental balance.

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Contrary to popular belief, Hatha yoga is not an exercise.
In essence, it involves a thorough understanding of the mechanics of your body, creating a certain atmosphere, and driving energy in specific directions using body postures.

The body can be used for spiritual growth or it can become a major hindrance in that growth.
When not functioning well, your body has the power to take away all your life’s other aspirations—all longings go away when your body is hurting.

If you are constantly feeling lethargic, stressed out, and uninspired, it could be because your body is working against you.

Fortunately, with Hatha yoga, you can easily turn that around and experience:

  • Gentleness that will ease you out of stress and into total relaxation
  • Awakening of your hips, spine, core, and your nervous system (exactly what you need after a long and hard week!)
  • Deep-seated postures and strengthening poses (designed to warm the body up and move energy)
  • Strengthening of the body and mind from the inside out
  • Regaining focus and clearing your mind
  • Stretching of those stiff and weary muscles
  • Feeling open, revived, and ready to take on any task
  • Elevating your consciousness
  • Opening the many channels of your body (especially the main channel, the spine) so energy can freely flow
  • Developing a balance of flexibility and strength
  • Powerful transformation that will help ease the fluctuations of the mind and help you be present in the unfolding of every moment
  • Calming of your mind through relaxation and meditation
  • Alignment and deep breathing while exploring body awareness, presence, and focus
  • Mastering physical, mental, and emotional balance
  • Cultivation of profound mental and physical stability—both on the yoga mat and off!
  • Relaxation and invigoration of the mind and the body
  • Finding inner peace and quiet

What is Hatha Yoga?

Hatha yoga is a popular yoga choice in today’s fitness community. Groups and individuals use this ancient, classic yoga style to get fit and encourage a healthy mind-body connection. Knowing more about Hatha yoga will help fitness beginners see more about how this traditional yoga practice informs newer yoga styles and brings a lot of authentic principles to a yoga routine.

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Work harmoniously with your body, develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of what it can do, and harness its enormous power with our Hatha inspired yoga video series.

From the videos, you will learn how to work in complete sync with your body and live your full potential.
After all, with your body as your trusted and steadfast ally, you will be unstoppable!

Yoga Video Titles

  • 01 Childs Pose

  • 02 Hamstring Stretch Right

  • 03 Hamstring Stretch Left

  • 04 Cat Cow Pose

  • 05 Downward Dog

  • 06 Beginner High Plank

  • 07 High Plank

  • 08 Chaturunga

  • 09 Cobra Upward Facing Dog

  • 10 Beginners Flow

  • 11 Flow 2

  • 12 Low Runners Lunge Left

  • 13 Low Lunge Right Side

  • 14 High Lunge Left

  • 15 high Lunge Right

  • 16 Warrior One Left

  • 17 Warrior Right

  • 18 Warrior Two Left

  • 19 Warrior Two Right

  • 20 Standing Forward Bend

  • 21 Chair Pose Side

  • 22 Chair Pose Front

  • 23 Chair Pose Twist Left

  • 24 Chair Pose Twist Right

  • 25 Triangle Left

  • 26 Triangle Right

  • 27 Reverse Warrior Pose Left

  • 28 Reverse Warrior Pose Right

  • 29 Half Moon Left

  • 30 Half Moon Right

  • 31 Extended Side Angle Left 1

  • 32 Extended Side Angle Right

  • 33 Revolved Side Angle Pose Left

  • 34 Revolved Side Angle Right

  • 35 Warrior Three Left

  • 36 Warrior Three Right

  • 37 Humble Warrior Left Side

  • 38 Humble Warrior Right Side

  • 39 Prayer Twist Left Side

  • 40 Prayer Twist Right Side

  • 41 Wide Legged Forward Bend

  • 42 Side Plank Left Side

  • 43 Side Plank Right Side

  • 44 Three Legged Dog Left

  • 45 Three Legged Dog Right Side

  • 46 Tree Pose Left Side

  • 47 Tree Pose Right Side

  • 48 Eagle Pose Left Side

  • 49 Eagle Pose Right Side

  • 50 Dancers Pose Front View

  • 51 Dancers Pose Right Side

  • 52 Camel Pose

  • 53 Fire Log Left Side

  • 54 Fire Log Right Side

  • 55 Seated Twist Left Side

  • 56 Seated Twist Right Side

  • 57 Pigeon Pose Left Side

  • 58 Pigeon Right Side

  • 59 Seated Forward Bend

  • 60 Cobblers Pose

  • 61 Revolved Head To Knee Stretch Left

  • 62 Revolved Head To Knee Right Side

  • 63 Thread The Needle Left

  • 64 Thread The Needle Right Side

  • 65 Bridge Pose

  • 66 Happy Baby

  • 67 Laying Twist Left

  • 68 Laying Twist Right Side

  • 69 Shavasana Pose

  • 70 Namaste

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Origins of Hatha Yoga

According to some practitioners, Hatha yoga dates back to the 15th century. Scholars refer to a treatise or publication known as the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, where some elements of Hatha yoga are indicated. Hatha yoga was a specific type of yoga activity that, in earlier times, prepared participants for meditating for a very long time.

What Hatha Yoga Means

Hatha yoga is sometimes called a “dual” type of yoga because it includes a duality between two opposites: the sun (in Hinda, “ha”) and the moon (“tha”). Some who practice Hatha yoga call it a “yoking” yoga as it joins these two opposites together. This main established principle for Hatha yoga leads to specific structured poses and other activities that help with body and mind “purification” through principles like asana (postures), pranayama (subtle energy control) and more.

Structure of Hatha Yoga

In addition to the above mentioned opposites, sometimes also referred to as hot and cold, male and female, etc., Hatha yoga includes the concept of multiple “limbs” or areas of the yoga practice. Where some common yoga forms such as Ashtanga yoga are built on eight limbs, Hatha yoga, according to experts, is often based on six, each of which represent a critical component of the whole, whether it has to do with readying the mind for meditation, controlling breathing or focusing on another particular task.

Hatha Yoga and Other Derivative Forms

As a traditionally established type of yoga, Hatha yoga sometimes lends its historical weight to other more modern styles. For example, the yoga form known as Anusara yoga, established in the late 20th century by a man named John Friend, uses Hatha yoga as the basis for many of its activities and ideas. It’s likely that beginning yoga participants will find elements of Hatha yoga in their group or individual sessions, or in translated handbooks disseminated to a Western audience.

Benefits of Hatha Yoga

Those who take the time to study this ancient yoga art understand that there are some specific benefits of becoming adept at practicing Hatha yoga style. One of the main ones stems from one of the pillars of the Hatha style: breathing. Controlling breath can help improve oxygenation of the body and alleviate stress in some forms. Other elements of Hatha yoga also help with relaxing the body and fighting the stresses of the modern world. As a historical preparation for intensive meditation, Hatha yoga has a lot to offer a modern Western audience.




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