On International Yoga Day, June 21st 2016, Nithya Yoga joined the Unify.org movement through a global synchronized yoga experience. Thousands of yogis unified in over 500 locations worldwide to practice Yoga and Meditation, deepening into inner peace.
Nithya Yoga was created by rare living incarnation His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda from his direct experience, uniting Hatha yogic techniques (cleansing and harmonizing body and mind) and the teachings of the Science of Enlightenment found in the sacred scriptures such as Patanjali Yoga sutras, Shiva Sutras, and Bhagavad Gita. It is a profound transformational tool to create a yogic body along with a Vedic mind.
A group of 15 people gathered in Lalbhag Park in the heart of Bengaluru, India, to celebrate International Day of Yoga, bringing peace, harmony and enlightenment to the world, through the practice of Nithya Yoga.
The participants enjoyed an authentic experience of yoga, including the Nithya Kriya for Inner Peace and meditation.
As HH Paramahamsa Nithyananda declared in his World Yoga Day Webinar that same day, yoga must be connected to the sacred texts from which it came or it cannot be called yoga. Everyone who is not teaching from this space must stop now. Only authentic yogis can pass on the true teachings of yoga. Nithya Yoga instructors are directly initiated by the avatar to be authentic teachers of the original techniques.
Nithyananda began his yoga training at the young age of 3 in the temple town of Tiruvanamaali in South India. His guru prepared his young student’s body so that it was ready to hold the high energy of enlightenment when it appeared at the tender age of twelve. Nithyananda’s mission trains yoga acharyas worldwide, as well as reviving all aspects of Hinduism. He is Mahamandaleshwar (spiritual head) of Mahanirvani Peeth, the world’s most ancient apex body of Hinduism. He is revered as a living incarnation of superconsciousness by millions worldwide.
This is only the onset of enriching through Nithya Yoga in Bengaluru, with regular classes in Lalbhag Park scheduled every Sunday morning 7:00-8:30am.