Ekatala Yoga

एकताल योग

Lineage (कुल Kula)


Sva Sam Vidya Dhyana Yoga (स्व सम् विद्या ध्यान योग)
Ji-Myoung Park is a private and indoor student of Swami Sarvadananda Maharaj (Advaita Mat) in Shankaracharya (a title of heads of monasteries called mathas in the Advaita Vedanta tradition) and has vast knowledge of the Himalayan tradition of Dhyana Yoga.  He also studied Sri Vidya with Swami Krishnand and Vedic studies with Swami Rama.   He is a founder of Himalaya Yoga Center and Sva Sam Vidya Dhyana Kendra in South Korea.




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Anuka Yoga (अनूक योग)
Hyun-Soo Kim was an M.D. graduated from Chonnam National University and founded Korea Yoga Academy in 1968.  Based on his medical background, he established ‘Spine Yoga Therapy (Anuka Yoga Cikitsa अनूक योग चिकित्सा).’ To deepen his yoga therapy knowledge and experience, Hyun-Soo Kim also invited B.K.S. Iyengar to his school in 1990.








Svastha Yoga (स्वस्थ योग)
A.G. Mohan was a personal student of Sri T. Krishnamacharya from 1971 to 1989. He was also the chair of Sri Krishnamacharya’s centenary celebrations in 1988.  A.G. Mohan is the author of Yoga for Body, Breath, and Mind (1993) and the co-author, along with his wife, son and daughter, of Yoga Therapy (2004). He has translated the Yoga Yajnavalkya, one of the most important classical texts on yoga. The details of his study are described by Sri Krishnamacharya himself in his personal foreword to Mohan’s book, 'Yoga for Body, Breath, and Mind'.  A.G. Mohan is a founder of ‘Svastha Yoga.’







Ekatala Yoga (एकताल योग)
Bosco Baek has been learning Himalayan Raja Yoga traditional studies from Ji-Myoung Park since 1996.  From 1998 to 2003, before Bosco Baek came to the United States, he learned classical yoga therapy from Hyun-Soo Kim, who was a founder of Korea Yoga Academy and Spine Yoga Therapy.  In 2006, when the Mohans opened the first ‘Svastha Yoga’ teacher course in Chicago, Mr. Baek studied with A.G. Mohan in Yoga therapy, Ayurveda and classical yoga texts, including Upanishad, Bhagavad Gita and Vedic Chanting.
Bosco Baek extracted his previous teachings from his three teachers and combined them into  ’एकताल ‘Ekatala’ yoga, whose meaning is 'harmony, unison or accurate adjustment'.  This yoga study contains classical Raja, Hatha and Yoga Therapy.  It has no religious bias and represents a very scientific approach based upon anatomy and physiology.
Bosco Seung-Chul Baek is also the sole disciple in the USA of Master Chen Bing who is a 20th generation representative of Chen Family Taiijquan.  Mr. Baek has studied traditional Chen Family Taijiquan since 2000 along with his yoga studies. He also studied Chinese Hygiene Qigong in 1992, and was a former professor of Tai Chi at Samra University. He graduated from Loyola University Chicago and majored in biology.
Bosco Baek currently runs the Chen Bing Taiji Academy in Los Angeles and teaches classical Chen Family Taijiquan and Ekatala Yoga.