Types of Yoga

Five Points of Yoga

Proper Breathing (Pranayama) -


Deep, conscious breathing reduces stress and many diseases. 

Proper Exercise (Asanas)

Bhakti Yoga

Yoga poses help develop a strong, healthy body by enhancing flexibility  and improving circulation.

Positive Thinking and Meditation (Dhyana)

Raja Yoga

These are the true keys to achieving peace of mind and eliminating negativity in our lives.

Proper Relaxation


Helps keep the body from going into overload mode, easing worry and fatigue.

Proper( Diet)


Eating simple, healthy and vegetarian foods that are easy to digest notably have a  positive effect on the mind and body, as well as the environment and other living beings.


Bhakti Yoga
Bhakti Yoga (also known as the path of devotion) is a good path for someone with an emotional nature and enjoys prayer, worship and seeking God through unconditionally loving others. The rise of kirtan or singing/chanting the names of God is a sure sign that Bhakti Yoga is a growing path around the world.
Jnana Yoga
Jnana Yoga (also known as the yoga of knowledge) is considered a good path for those with strong intellectual tendencies as it requires great strength of will and mind. Using Vedanta as a vehicle, the inquiry into the individual nature is the key to this difficult path. It is best undertaken after some of the lessons of the other paths have been well understood in order to move along towards Self-realization or...
Karma Yoga
Karma Yoga (also known as the yoga of action) teaches to act without egoist expectations in all endeavours of daily life ~ home, work, school. It is a good path with someone who is outgoing and enjoys a certain sense of spiritual activism to help others.
Raja Yoga
Raja Yoga (also known as the Science of the mind) is the path that takes us on a comprehensive journey to understanding our mind and thoughts. Through mental control, we are able to gain control of the physical body and the life force energy known as prana. This is a good path for those who are interested in meditation and its effects on the mind.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is a branch of yoga. The word haṭha literally means "force" and thus alludes to a system of physical techniques. Hatha yoga is associated with the DashanamiSampradaya and the mystical figure of DattatreyaIn the 20th century, hatha yoga, particularly asanas (the physical postures), became popular throughout the world as a form of physical exercise, and is now colloquially termed as simply "yoga". The Hatha pradīpikạ was composed by Svātmārāma in the 15th century CE as a compilation of the earlier hatha yoga texts.

The Hatha Yoga Pradipika and the Gherandasamhita are derived from older Sanskrit texts. In Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Swatmarama introduces his system as preparatory stage for physical purification that the body practices for higher meditation or Yoga. It is based on asanas (postures) and pranayama (breathing techniques).

Hatha Yoga Pradipika lists 35 great Hatha Yoga siddhas or masters; AdiNatha, Matsyendranath and Gorakshanath. It includes information about shatkarma (purification), asana (postures), pranayama (subtle energy control), chakras (centers of energy), kundalini (instinct), bandhas (muscle force), kriyas (techniques; manifestations of kundalini), shakti (sacred force), nadis (channels), and mudras (symbolic gestures) among other topics.

Yoga's combined focus on mindfulness, breathing and physical movements brings health benefits with regular participation. Yoga participants report better sleep, increased energy levels and muscle tone, relief from muscle pain and stiffness, improved circulation and overall better general health. The breathing aspect of yoga can benefit heart rate and blood pressure.

The 2012 "Yoga in America" survey, conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Yoga Journal, shows that the number of adult practitioners in the US is 20.4 million, or 8.7 percent. The survey reported that 44 percent of those not practicing yoga said they are interested in trying it.

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About Master Aman

Master Aman the co-founder of Trika Yog studio in Bangkok, Thailand. He is a native of Haridwar, and raised in Rishikesh the Yoga Capital of the World. Following the strict instructions from his Guru Swami Yogananda ji, he learn a lot of knowledges and techniques from him and also do study with other yoga masters in Rishikesh in varieties of yoga styles and techniques. Master Aman is known for his energetic and motivating in his classes.  All Master Aman’s classes will be conduct with powerful safely adjustments teaching on the depths of each asana. On this technique and his motivation way are often profound effect to the student progress. This result and his teaching style lead the students come from all over the world to take his classes and commonly practice with him.  Students have returned home with straighter backs, better body structure and clearer minds. Master Aman is also conducting teacher trainings, retreat and workshops to internationally and Thailand. 

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