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'''Natya Yoga''', or the all-inclusive spiritual path of action, is a combination of mainly [[Bhakti Yoga]] and [[Karma Yoga]] with many elements of [[Hatha Yoga]] and [[Raja Yoga]].
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'''Natya Yoga''', or the all-inclusive spiritual path of action, is a combination of mainly [[Bhakti Yoga]] and [[Karma Yoga]] with many elements of [[Hatha Yoga]] and [[Raja Yoga]].
   
 
According to [[Natya Shastra]], it was initially practised by [[Narada]] and [[Gandharva]]s, especially by [[Apsara]]s. In the medieval times, Natya Yoga was practised by the Hindu temple priests [[devadasi]]'s.
 
According to [[Natya Shastra]], it was initially practised by [[Narada]] and [[Gandharva]]s, especially by [[Apsara]]s. In the medieval times, Natya Yoga was practised by the Hindu temple priests [[devadasi]]'s.
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*[http://www.yogananda-srf.org/tmp/meditation.aspx?id=116 Kriya Yoga] an ancient yoga technique was reintroduced by sri yogananda paramahansa. Kriya yoga lessons are available from self realisation fellowship which was founded by sri yogananda paramahansa
 
 
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Natya Yoga, or the all-inclusive spiritual path of action, is a combination of mainly Bhakti Yoga and Karma Yoga with many elements of Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga.

According to Natya Shastra, it was initially practised by Narada and Gandharvas, especially by Apsaras. In the medieval times, Natya Yoga was practised by the Hindu temple priests devadasi's.

The contemporary form of Natya Yoga is sometimes taught in the orthodox schools of Odissi and Bharatanatyam.


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