Naked yoga (Sanskrit nagna yoga or vivastra yoga) is the practice of yoga without clothes. It has existed since ancient times as a spiritual practice, and is mentioned in the 7th-10th century Bhagavata Purana and by the Ancient Greek geographer Strabo.
For starters, naked yoga is exactly what it sounds, it is doing yoga naked without any clothes. It aims to develop a body-positive space where you stop being conscious about your body and instead focus on the natural you.
When you are not hiding behind layers of clothes, you tend to get comfortable with your body and become confident in your own skin. Whether it is your body hair, the skin texture, or the stretch marks, the inhibitions cease to exist. You finally understand how much your body really does for you and began to love it, in its entirety and not just in parts.
You forget that you are not wearing any clothes either. You begin to focus more on getting your postures and movements right. After all, going au naturel gives you freedom from the constraints of clothes.
The practice helps people let go and gives them freedom from various constraints of life. Feeling self-conscious at first is a conditioned response, but it will go away gradually.
To make things better you can remove one piece of clothing, every time you practice and so on and so forth.
Only in nakedness, Zhang says, can the body's "relationship with the spirit be identified through its direct contact with the object." In other words, we need to feel the air against our skin. Zhang Huan
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The concept of nakedness is a subjective one. To a simple mind, to an innocent mind, nudity is not offensive; it has its own beauty. But up to now, man has been fed on poison, and gradually, with the passage of time, this poison has "spread" from one pole of his existence to the other. Consequently, our attitude to "nakedness" is completely unnatural"