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The History of HATHA YOGA Phil Hogan, Lauren Baldarelli & Elizabeth Furest Religion 101 Dr. McGinn 28, November 2006 Hatha Yoga: The Beginning “Ha” means sun and “Tha” means Moon. Started during the 9th or 10th century. Originally used to reach “Enlightenment.”
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The History of HATHA YOGA Phil Hogan, Lauren Baldarelli & Elizabeth Furest Religion 101 Dr. McGinn 28, November 2006
Hatha Yoga: The Beginning • “Ha” means sun and “Tha” means Moon. • Started during the 9th or 10th century. • Originally used to reach “Enlightenment.” • Goraksha was one of the earliest Yoga leaders.(Some consider him the “father of Yoga” • Goraksha wrote the first Yoga documents and was considered a saint and respected teacher.
Hatha Yoga: The Beginning • Linked to Hinduism • Yoga is part of a Religious Lifestyle • Admirable Way of Salvation
Yoga: Today • Misinterpreted as a Health Trend • Focuses primarily on body and physical health • Meditation is overlooked • People are not willing to give the time that meditation and yoga practice really requires. • People do not truly practice Hatha Yoga.
Yoga: Today • Media influences/supports the misunderstanding regarding Yoga • Yoga costs Money • Yoga is not an exercise • Not true to its origin
Yoga: Today • Too Much Emphasis on Yoga Products • Videos • Mats • Jewelry • Work Out Clothes • CDS
Works Cited • Corliss, Richard. “The Power of Yoga.” Time Magazine 15 Apr. 2001. 17 Oct. 2006 <http://http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,106356,00.html>. • .Health and Yoga. “Benefits of Yoga.” www.healthandyoga.com. 2006. Health and Yoga. 17 Oct. 2006 <http://www.healthandyoga.com/html/yoga/Benefits.html>. • .Hewitt, James. The Complete Yoga Book. New York: Schocken Books, 1978. • .Kingsland, Kevin. Complete Hatha Yoga. New York: Arco Publishing Company, 1976. • .Mishra, Rammurti S. Yoga Sutras. Garden City: The Julian Press Inc., 1973. • .Swami, A.C. Bhaktivedanta. The Perfection of Yoga. Los Angeles: Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, 1972. • .White, David Gordon. The Alchemical Body. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1996.