Integral Yoga Areas of Instruction
Hatha Yoga: The practice of yoga postures (asana), breathing exercises (pranayama), cleansing practices (kriyas) and deep relaxation to strengthen and purify the body.
Raja Yoga: The practice of meditation to balance and control the mind.
Bhakti Yoga: Devotion manifested through constant love to a God, the divine, or a spiritual teacher.
Karma Yoga: Selfless service, free from attachment to the idea of the results of these actions.
Jnana Yoga: The intellectual approach by which a transcendence of the body and mind is achieved through study, self-analysis, and awareness.
Japa Yoga: Repetition of a mantra, a sound vibration with an aspect of the divine.
Integral Yoga Table of Contents
- What is Integral Yoga?
- Integral Yoga from Sri Aurobindo and The Mother
- Integral Yoga by Swami Satchidananda