Dec 12

What is Hatha Yoga?

By Arhanta Yoga | Philosophy

Do you ever wonder what the ancient principles of yoga are? What is yoga really about? And what is the difference between modernized yoga styles and traditional Hatha Yoga? This blog gives you an overview of the underlying philosophy and the traditional practice of Hatha Yoga.

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Dec 05

Karma and Dharma: Are You Doing It Right?

By Arhanta Yoga | Philosophy

 ‘What goes around, comes around’ is a saying that many people compare to the notion of karma. What does karma really mean in Indian philosophy? Did you know there are different types of karma? After reading this blog, you will understand the difference between the types of karma, what Karma Yoga means according to the Bhagavad Gita and how this is relevant in our life.

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Nov 29

Yin Yoga versus Restorative Yoga – What Are the Differences and Similarities?

By Arhanta Yoga | Yoga and physical / mental health , Yoga Teachers Training

Yin Yoga versus Restorative Yoga – What Are the Differences and Similarities? “Between stimulus and response, there is a space and, in that space, lies our power and our freedom” – Victor FranklIn this age of so much stress, we desperately need to find our center and reconnect with our power and our freedom. The freedom […]

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Nov 26

12 Reasons Why Online Courses Are a Win-Win for Both Students and Course Creators

By Arhanta Yoga | Inspiring Yoga Story

The online course market is big and getting bigger every day. Students profit from it and so do professionals who create high-quality courses. Being entrepreneurs in the yoga business, we explored the online course market ourselves in the beginning of 2016 and created several online yoga courses. Inspired by the overwhelming success of our online courses we have now created a meeting point for other healthcare professionals and experts to create and generate income from  professional e-learning courses in the field of holistic health and fitness.

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Nov 25

Yoga for Lower Back Pain: How Yoga Can Help to Relieve Chronic Back Pain

By Arhanta Yoga | Yoga and physical / mental health

An increasing number of people suffer from chronic lower back pain. Lower-back pain is also often the reason that a person starts a yoga practice. They are looking for a way to deal with, or even heal, their back pain. General lower back pain is experienced differently from person to person. But it is mostly a constant, disturbing factor in their life that doesn’t seem to have a clear medical cause. The causes for chronic lower-back pain are complex and can be influenced by many factors such as postural patterns,muscular tension, mental stress, lack of exercise or too much exercise, job requirements, and old injuries.

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Nov 13

6 Scientifically Proven Life-changing Health Benefits of Meditation

By Arhanta Yoga | Philosophy

Spiritual practices such as meditation and science, even a decade ago this combination would have raised some eyebrows. The concept of a body- mind connection is relatively new in the modern, scientific approach. What are the benefits of meditation? In recent decades this questions has become a subject of increased research. Scientists and medical professionals have started to realize that merely treating the physical symptoms is not enough. They have started to understand that the human being is so much more complex and interrelated than what was believed.

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Oct 26

12 Reasons Why You Should Do Your Yoga Teacher Training in India

By Arhanta Yoga | Yoga and physical / mental health , Yoga Teachers Training

Are you thinking about following a yoga teacher training? You will discover that there is a myriad of possibilities to choose from. One of the most important question is where would you like to do your teacher training: back home or abroad? If you want to do your yoga teacher training abroad, the most popular destination is India, the birthplace of yoga.

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Oct 17

15-Minute Yoga Practice for Stress Relief

By Arhanta Yoga | Yoga and physical / mental health

Controlled and limited stress is not necessarily a bad thing. Stress can actually help you perform under pressure. constant and overwhelming stress can have a negative effect on your physical and mental well being. Therefore, it is important – no matter how busy your schedule – to take time for yourself. By reducing your stress levels and calming down your mind and body, you will feel better immediately, and will experience lasting energy, positivity, and health overall.

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Oct 16

5 Important Reasons You Should Never Skip Sun Salutations

By Arhanta Yoga | blog , Yoga and physical / mental health

Have you ever felt like starting your yoga practice by jumping straight into your favorite pose? Sometimes we are so excited – or crunched for time – to get into our asana practice that in the process, we skip the practice of sun salutations. Read about the five most important reasons why traditional yoga classes begin with Surya Namaskara, or Sun Salutation.

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