Hatha Yoga The Hague


Hatha Yoga The Hague

Hatha Yoga at the USC

Great for beginners! If you have never done yoga before this is most likely the yoga for you, as a generic style of yoga that is perhaps the most straightforward this is the yoga to learn how to do the basics. A traditional Hatha Yoga class will include a series of asanas (yoga postures), done one after another, without much attention to the transitions between them. You can expect to hold poses for around five breaths each, making it a fairly accessible practice for most students.

In a demanding society there is often very little space or attention for oneself. This makes us easy targets for stress and exhaustion so that we are distracted from what we truly want, feel or are. That’s why, at the USC, you can participate in a variety of activities to achieve a better balance and coordination between mind and body.

The most important pillars of Hatha yoga are control of the body and control of breathing. The word Hatha is derived from the Sanskrit ha (sun) and tha (moon). The sun represents action and the moon stands for inner reflection. In Hatha yoga these two opposing energies are united. By directing your concentration and breathing to certain parts of your body you create awareness. Hatha yoga does not have a specific founder or guru, meaning it is very open and accessible to all. Each pose consist of four ‘moments’:

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