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If you’re looking for a yoga retreat in Varkala with a difference, Varkala villa is the place to be. Located in the heart of Kerala in southern India, this beautiful villa offers an array of different styles and levels of yoga classes to suit your individual needs.
From traditional Hatha classes to more dynamic Vinyasa or Asthanga sessions, there is something here for everyone. In this blog post, we will explore the different styles of yoga taught at Varkala Villa and how they can help enhance your physical and mental well-being.
Whether you are an experienced yogi or a complete beginner, this post will provide you with ample guidance on which style is right for you and why.
So, let’s dive right in!
Hatha Yoga originated in India as a system of physical and mental disciplines. It is the most popular form of yoga in the West and is often practiced in villas as a form of relaxation and stress relief.
Hatha Yoga is based on the principle of balancing opposites, and its goal is to bring about a state of perfect physical and mental health.
The practice involves the use of breath control, purification practices, diet, mudras (hand gestures), bandhas (body locks), and asanas (yoga postures) to align the body and mind.