Have you heard your teacher say a pose name in a different language? They were probably speaking in Sanskrit. Sanskrit is the classical Indian language still used in yoga to define poses and practices.
Pick up these essential Sanskrit pronunciation tips (because you’re probably not saying “hatha” correctly).
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Sanskrit 101 | Yoga teacher Richard Rosen explains four English words that are rooted in Sanskrit.
Remove the intimidation factor from your yoga practice and join yoga teacher Richard Rosen as he teaches you how to pronounce four common Sanskrit words.
Give context to your yoga practice with Sanskrit terminology from yoga teacher Richard Rosen.