Daily practice of different techniques of Yoga, very soon becomes a part of you. Yoga improves muscles balance, flexibility, strength, posture, energy levels, makes one emotionally stronger and happier person.
Hatha yoga is the practice of purification of energy channels in subtle body so that one can prepare for the state of Samadhi ( the state of no mental fluctuations.
It includes Asanas, Shatkarma, pranayam, Mudra and Bandh.
Ashtanga yoga is a eight limbs practice of yoga. It is also known as Raja Yoga. It includes Yama (self Conducts) , Niyaman ( Moral Conducts) , Asana ( Steady comfortable posture) , Pranayam ( Extension of Prana) , Pratyahar ( inward of Senses) , Dharana ( Concentration) , dhyan ( Meditation) and Samadhi ( Experience of self).
The word Vinyasa means systematic breath with physical movement. The practice of Vinyasa Yoga brings flexibility in limbs, removes toxin and prepare one for higher practice of Raja yoga.
It is the practice of one pointed awareness.
Also known as Psychic Sleep. The Traditional practice of nyasa was bring to light systematic in the form of yoga Nidra by Swami Satyanand. In yoga Nidra one attain the state of deep relaxation voluntarily. Which results in inward of senses ( pratyahara).
The six Cleansing technique which purify the all systems in body and also remove energy blockages from the energy channel present in subtle body. The practice of Kriya help in preparation for Practice of Asanas and pranayama.
Tantra: The Sanskrit word Tantra comprises of two words, “tanoti” which means “expansion” and “tarayati” which means ‘liberation’ respectively. Therefore Tantra is the means of expanding the consciousness (mind) and liberating the energy. The subject matter of study in Tantra is mind. Tantra initiates with knowing the limitations and capacities of body and mind and then it prescribes ways for the expansion of consciousness (mind) and the liberation of energy through which individual limitations are transcended and higher reality is experienced. Tantra is the science of seeing, feeling, knowing the infinite in and through the finite.