• Scientific Research on Yoga

    By Thaís Salles Araujo, MD, LAc Nowadays, the electronic library of global medical reports known as PubMed shows thousands of papers related to Yoga and this number has tripled only

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  • The Origins of Yoga Therapy

    By Andre Haralyi In 1924, Swami Kuvalayananda established something quite new in the world, an ashram devoted to the scientific study of Yoga, the Kaivalyadhama Yoga Ashram in Lonavla situated

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  • Upaniṣads

    By Andre Haralyi The Sanskrit term “Upaniṣad” is derived from upa (near), ni (down) and sad (to sit), i.e. sitting down near. It makes reference to the student sitting down

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  • Vedas

    By Andre Haralyi The word ‘Veda’, from the Sanskrit root √vid, to know, means knowledge or sacred wisdom. The Vedas are referred to as śruti (what is heard or revealed),

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  • Self-realization

    By Andre Haralyi, M.A., C-IAYT In the Western world “Self-realization” is understood as the fulfillment of one’s own potential. As Erich Fromm said “Man’s main task in life is to

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  • Praṇava Oṁ ॐ

    By Andre Haralyi, M.A., C-IAYT The sacred syllable Oṁ represents the primordial sound, the infinite cosmic vibration,  the pulse of the universe, the Absolute/Supreme (Brahman)​*​ and therefore the means of

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  • What is Yoga Therapy

    By Andre Haralyi, M.A., C-IAYT Yoga therapy is a holistic discipline that aims to help in the prevention, treatment, and palliative care of those suffering from a variety of physical,

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  • What is Traditional Yoga

    By Andre Haralyi, M.A., C-IAYT The word “Yoga” derives from the Sanskrit root √yuj, meaning to yoke, to harness, to bind together, to hold fast, or to unify, but it has been

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  • Mantra Yoga

    By Andre Haralyi, M.A., C-IAYT Mantras are energy-based sounds. According to the science of sound, known as mantra-vidyā, sound is a form of vibration (energy) and the entire universe is

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Traditional Yoga

Upaniṣads

By Andre Haralyi The Sanskrit term “Upaniṣad” is derived from upa (near), ni (down) and sad (to sit), i.e. sitting down near. It makes reference

Vedas

By Andre Haralyi The word ‘Veda’, from the Sanskrit root √vid, to know, means knowledge or sacred wisdom. The Vedas are referred to as śruti

Self-realization

By Andre Haralyi, M.A., C-IAYT In the Western world “Self-realization” is understood as the fulfillment of one’s own potential. As Erich Fromm said “Man’s main

Praṇava Oṁ ॐ

By Andre Haralyi, M.A., C-IAYT The sacred syllable Oṁ represents the primordial sound, the infinite cosmic vibration,  the pulse of the universe, the Absolute/Supreme (Brahman)​*​

Mantra Yoga

By Andre Haralyi, M.A., C-IAYT Mantras are energy-based sounds. According to the science of sound, known as mantra-vidyā, sound is a form of vibration (energy)

Yoga Therapy

What is Yoga Therapy

By Andre Haralyi, M.A., C-IAYT Yoga therapy is a holistic discipline that aims to help in the prevention, treatment, and palliative care of those suffering