Isha Hata Yoga – 21 Day Program: Align with the Divine!
Isha’s 21 day Hata Yoga Program is an opportunity to learn five ancient and powerful practices, and align one’s system with the cosmos.
Sadhguru: Hata Yoga means that you want to be in absolute sync with the life process, because for your life to find its full blossom, it has to be in sync. There is no other way.
When you try doing Hata Yoga, the biggest barrier is the body’s limitations. The biggest barrier for human beings to do anything is their body and their mind. What should have been a stepping stone has turned into an obstacle simply because it was not explored considerably. After a profound and thorough exploration of the human system, we arrived at ways to transform the body and mind into great possibilities. Hata Yoga is about creating a body that is not a hurdle in your life. The body becomes a stepping stone in the progress towards blossoming into your ultimate possibility.
We want to take the physical form beyond its present level of limitations. In a way, Hata Yoga means you want to make your comfort zone universal, instead of the small band that it is right now. Wherever and however you may be, you are at ease. You can naturally achieve a chemistry of health, joy, blissfulness and above all, balance.
Isha’s 21-day Hata Yoga Program from May 4th to 25th, is a wonderful opportunity to learn five ancient and powerful practices that bring forth tremendous support to the system.
Upayoga is a powerful set of 10 practices that activate the joints, muscles and energy system.
Angamardana is a series of 30 processes to reach peak physical fitness and mental health.
Surya Kriya is a potent 21-step yogic practice of tremendous antiquity, designed as a holistic process for wellbeing.
Yogasanas are a set of powerful postures to elevate one’s consciousness and manipulate energies.
Bhuta Shuddhi is a process of purifying the 5 elements within the human system.
Editor’s Note: Isha Hatha Yoga programs are an extensive exploration of classical hatha yoga, which revive various dimensions of this ancient science that are largely absent in the world today. These programs offer an unparalleled opportunity to explore Upa-yoga, Angamardana, Surya Kriya, Surya Shakti, Yogasanas and Bhuta Shuddhi, among other potent yogic practices.