Bhakti Yoga Athens GA

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Vastu Yoga by Donation
(561) 723-6172
160 tracy street
Athens, GA
Yoga Styles
Hatha Sivananda

Yoga Union
(706) 202-4952
1960 Main Street
Comer, GA
Yoga Styles

Sangha Yoga Studio
(706) 613-1143
834 Prince Ave
Athens, GA
Athens Power Yoga
(706) 425-1982
750 N Chase St
Athens, GA
Remedy An Herbal Pharmacy
(706) 613-0120
834 Prince Ave
Athens, GA
Herbalist, Massage Practitioner, Personal Trainer, Yoga Instructor

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Bliss Yoga
(706) 310-0015
Watkinsville, GA
Yoga Styles
Various Styles

Plum Healthy/Just Breathe Yoga
(770) 586-5206
254 Hwy 211 NW
Winder, GA
Yoga Styles

Five Points Yoga
(706) 355-3114
1687 S Lumpkin St
Athens, GA
Shams T. Deckter, L.Ac.
(706) 201-5605
2080 Prince Ave
Athens, GA
Herbalist, Massage Practitioner, Yoga Instructor

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Jimmy Carter Bally Total Fitness
5050 Jimmy Carter Blvd
Norcross, GA
Programs & Services
Bilingual staff, Cardio Equipment, Child Center, Group Exercise Studio, Indoor Track, Parking, Personal Training, Pilates, Pool, Raquetball, Sauna, Whirl Pool, Yoga

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What Is Bhakti Yoga?

One of the branches of yoga that you may be considering

is referred to a Bhakti yoga, and it represents the path of self transcending love or the complete devotion to God. This is one of the six major branches of yoga.

This branch of yoga is based on the doctrine of “Love is God and God is Love.” Bhakti is also a Sanskrit term that is used to refer to a blissful, selfless, and overwhelming love of God as the beloved Father, Mother, Child, Friend, or whatever relationship or personal aspect of God appeal’s most to the follower. The term also refers to both a devotion and a loving attachment to the Divine world. The yogi on this path will literally participate in the Divine through surrender, devotion, service, worship, until they are later drawn into a mystical and spiritual union with the Divine.

The nine primary activities of those that follow the faith are as follows (from documentation on the practice):
•    Sravana . This is the Sanskrit term for listening to poems or stories about God's virtues and mighty deeds. Sravana bhakti cannot be practiced in isolation. The devotee must hear the stories from a wise teacher and seek the companionship of holy people.
•    Kirtana . This refers to the singing or chanting of God's praises. Ram Dass has said of this form of bhakti, "When you are in love with God, the very sound of the Name brings great joy."
•    Smarana . This is remembrance of God at all times, or keeping God in the forefront of one's consciousness. In Christian terms, smarana is what the French monk Brother Lawrence (1605–1691) meant by "the practice of the presence of God."
•    Padasevana . This form of bhakti yoga expresses love toward God through service to others, especially the sick.
•    Archana . This refers to the worship of God through such external image...

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