YOGA
edited by Indian Guru Chandra-Mauli Swami and  Masters Narada of school Sitarama, Master Lalita Govinda Devi Dasi of school Lila Yoga, Siddha Siddantha and Vedico Vaisnava of “Energia Firenze” association, Master Alberto Ferraro of studi fisici Firenze.

Theword “Toga” is a noun, formed from the verbal root (dhatu) yuj meaning “connecting”, “uniting”, it indicates a traditional, ancient indian, method to senses and the mind that make up the indispensable premise of reintegrating the self, in to i’s “true reality”, the spiritual one, where it can rejoin the supreme master (lord). READ MORE

INDONESIAN YOGA
edited by Professor Maurizio Maltese of Superior Institute of Martial Arts and Psycho-physic Disciplines.

Indonesian yoga is closely linked to hinduis.
It is part of those traditions originating from India
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ASTHANGA YOGA

Ashtanga Yoga is the classical yoga handed down from tradition: it means “eight limbs” which correspond to the eight conditions that prelude to the correct pratice of yoga and at the same time, pepresent the fundamental points of yoga.READ MORE

KRIYA YOGA
edited by Sitarama school

Kriya Yoga is an advanced technique for spiritual evolution, that has trascendes from eras characterised by a major spiritual illumination.READ MORE

PRANA YOGA

the term “Prana” is sanscrit, can mean many things, it can mean energy, vital breath, force and dynamicsm offen used in the plural to describe vital breathing.READ MORE

HATHA YOGA

Hatha-Yoga comprises of physical-gymnastic experiences and controlled breathing experiences perfected over hundreds of centuries of generations of masters.
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MANTRA YOGA
by Ramacandra Das -Vaisnava Brahmana

Mantra Yoga is the branch of Yoga that creates changes in knowledge and in the material through the transcendental sound vibration.READ MORE

TANTRA YOGA

Tantra Yoga is different to traditional Yoga due to the quality sought after, by the modern mind. Tantra can be defines as an energic and spiritual approach that uses varius techniques
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