Prema Hatha Flow

'Hatha Yoga' consists of a set of psycho-physical exercises called asanas (yogic postures), 'pranayama' (breath and energy control), relaxation, and final meditation.

About Hatha Yoga

'Hatha Yoga' consists of a set of psycho-physical exercises called asanas (yogic postures), 'pranayama' (breath and energy control), relaxation, and final meditation.

The practice of Hatha Yoga tends to bring a sense of physical, emotional, mental, and energetic balance.

The syllable 'ha' means 'the Sun,' and 'tha' means 'the Moon'; therefore, this practice helps stabilize these two energies, guiding us towards a natural, spontaneous spiritual awakening.

This awareness comes through consistent practice.

'Hatha' also means 'willpower'; thus, discipline is necessary for us to experience the deepest aspects.

Some of the most evident benefits of this practice include improved overall health, increased calmness and concentration, muscle toning, and flexibility in all joints of the body.

You will also experience increased vitality, even as the years go by.

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At the same time, we always remind practitioners that one of the main principles of yoga is not to "seek results."

Everything we do, we do it with the awareness of "karma-yoga": performing the right action, offering it to the Divine, without any expectation. We do it with joy and in service, without worrying about the results, which will come as a consequence through constant and devoted practice.

"Prema Hatha Flow" is a practice of modern classic hatha yoga, performed more dynamically and flowing from one posture to another, like a dance with breath.

"Vinyasa Flow" is another modern variant with dynamic movements between asanas (yogic postures), requiring even more stamina and strength.

Prepare to sweat. Both practices are purifying.

Most commonly used initial mantras

Gayatri Mantra

OM Bhur Bhuvah Svaha
Tat Savitur Varenyam
Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi
Dhio Io Nah Prachodayat

"Oh, God,
May You enlighten our intellects,
Destroy our errors,
And guide us in the right direction."

Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra

Om. Tryambhakam Yajamahe
Sugandhim Pushtivardhanam
Urvarukamiva Bandhanan
Mrityor Mukshiya Maamritat

"Om. We worship the Divinity with three eyes
The sustainer of the world
Like a cucumber from its seed, we adore You
Liberate us from death, lead us to immortality."

GururBrahma GururVishnu GururDevo Maheshwaraha

Guru Saakshaat ParaBrahma Tasmai Sri Gurave Namaha

"Guru is the Creator (Brahma), Guru is the Preserver and Sustainer (Vishnu), GuruDev is the Destroyer (Maheshwara)

Guru is the Absolute (singular) Lord Himself, Salutations to that Great Sri Guru"

Om Sat Chit Ananda Parabrahma Purushotama Paramatma Sri Bhagavati Sametha Sri Bhagavate Namaha

"OM - the primordial Universal sound. SAT - Existence. CHIT - Consciousness. ANANDA - Bliss, Ecstasy. PARABRAHMA is that which is beyond BRAHMA, the cause of all causes, the essence of everything. PURUSHOTAMA is the highest human. PARAMATMA is the manifestation of the Supreme Self situated at the center of each individual. SRI BHAGAVATI is how Indians refer to the female Divinities. SAMETA means in union. SRI BHAGAVATE is how Indians refer to the male Divinities. NAMAHA I bow down and prostrate, seeking your guidance and direction, revering and surrendering in gratitude."



Sarve Bhayantu Sukhina
Sarve Santu Niramayaha
Sarve Bhadrani Pashyantu
Maa Kas Chid Dukha Bhagbhavet
Om Shanti Shanti Shantihi

"May all beings be happy. May all be free. May all see what is auspicious; may suffering cease. Only peace."

Om Purnamadah

Purnamidam Purnat Purnamudachyate

Purnasya Purnamadaya Purnamevavashisyate

Om shanti shanti shanti

"That which is perfect, complete in itself. Its completeness comes from what is already perfect and complete. It comes from completeness itself and remains complete in itself. Om Brahma is Infinite, total, and complete. Om Peace."

Asato ma sadgamaya - tamaso ma jyotirgamaya - mrtyorma amrtam gamaya

Om shanti shanti shanti

"Guide me from darkness to Light From ignorance to wisdom From fear of death to Infinite immortality. Om Peace"

Lokah Samamstah Sukhino Bhavantu 

Om shanti shanti shanti

"May all beings be happy, and may all my thoughts, words, and actions contribute to the happiness of all. Om. Peace."

Recommended books for Hatha Yoga:

  • Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha, by Swami Satyananda Saraswati;
  • Luz sobre o Yoga: o Guia Clássico de Yoga, by IYENGAR, B .K. S.; among others.
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