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surfiemullet

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can someone please explain what hatha yoga is and any that will help my free diving and a good web site
thanks josh
 
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No!

Nope, but I think you should check out ashtanga yoga ( I just started a couple of months ago ). It's allot about breathing and expanding ribcage ( lungs?! ). I would recomend you to find a local place where someone can instruct you.

Have a look at www.ashtanga.com
 

Stephan Whelan

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Surfiemullet,

Can't explain Hatha yoga but there is a good thread on the forums here about yoga.

Check it out.
 

arbatli

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hatha yoga

hatha yoga is the physical exercise part of yoga teaching. It is rather a new part of yoga when compared with others. It is said that the founder of hatha yoga is a man named Goroksanatha who lived in the first centuries AD. I strongly recommend the book "Hatha Yoga Pradipika" which is best in this field. The main aim in hatha yoga is to influence the brain by using our body...
see you
 

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which form of yoga for reediving?

So far I have read about different list members using Hatha, Kriya, abd Asthana yoga. Which form works best for freediving?
I am starting a basci yoga class this week at the local YMCA. I did it a few years ago when I lived in a different city with a teacher who has since retired.
I am looking around for a more in depth teacher in my current area. I see that one yogi teaches Astnaga. I assume that is the same as Asthanaga. Another local yogi teaches Bikram yoga. Others teach Hatha.
Any suggestions on which form to go with? I figured that the YMCA would be good enough for the first to course levels and then I can really concentrate on one specific form that I want to work on.
Thanks for any input you might have !

Jon
 
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